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Housing and Residence Life

Housing and Residence Life

Special Interest Housing

 
 

The underlying principle of special interest housing at FGCU is to link residence halls with academic (Living-Learning Communities) or general interest (Theme Housing Communities), and to create communities of residents around these shared interests and goals. Special interest communities at FGCU are comprised of students who live together in a residence hall and share 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.

Living-Learning Communities
Students near the lake

Leadership through Service: For those committed to community service & leadership development

Honors: Live, study & socialize with other high-achieving students

WiSTEM: Women in science, technology, engineering, & mathematics

Theme Housing Communities
Student on a bike

FYRE: The First Year Residential Experience (FYRE) program is designed to help you successfully navigate the first year of independent living