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The underlying principle of special interest housing at FGCU is to link residence halls with academic or general interest themes, and to create communities of residents with shared interests and goals. Special interest communities are composed of students who live together in a residence hall and have a common interest or purpose that serves as the focal point of the community. Each special interest community is assigned a Resident Assistant who has been specifically trained to work with the community members and to assist them in developing community norms that promote their interests.
The Honors Community is an ideal place for students participating in the University Honors Program to share their passion for learning. The Honors Community, in partnership with the University Honors Program, works to integrate the experiences obtained inside of the classroom into the residence hall by offering programs/activities that contribute to the students’ intellectual engagement. Centrally located and lakefront, the Honors Community provides a living environment that allows students to interact, grow, and develop together. Priority will be given to students accepted into the University Honors Program.
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The purpose of the Wellness Community at FGCU is to create a supportive environment where students interested in a substance-free lifestyle can work together to develop habits that promote a lifelong commitment to keep wellness a priority in their lives. Students in the Wellness Community will have the opportunity to work with students and staff to develop/participate in a wide range of programs / activities focused around their wellness interests.
Intensive Study Community
The purpose of the Intensive Study Community at FGCU is to create an environment that promotes academic success and enhances the students’ overall academic experience. Students in the Intensive Study Community will have the opportunity to engage and interact with other FGCU students who place a great deal of importance on their academic pursuits.