Residential Learning Communities expand the experience of learning into the residence halls, complement the academic curriculum, and support student interests with activities and experiences designed to engage students in leadership, intellectual engagement, citizenship, relationship, and service.

Leadership Learning Community

The Leadership Learning Community is focused on helping students connect with their peers, make friends, learn about the University of Michigan-Flint community, and build a personal definition of leadership. Through both in class and out of class experiences students will discuss real world applications of different ways leadership can create positive change. This community is supported through multiple departments on campus including Housing and Residential Life, and Student Involvement and Leadership. For more information, contact Chris DeEulis at

Wolverines for Social Justice and Diversity

The Wolverines for Social Justice and Diversity Residential Learning Community affords students the opportunity to connect and grow in their understanding of social justice with a community of engaged scholars. Together, members of this community will participate in community service, scholarship, and co-curricular programming, holistically focusing on building and their social justice capacity and toolbox. They will learn about systemic oppression and privilege related to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, social class, and other intersecting identities, ultimately leaving more well-equipped to work as change agents in various domains of influence. This community is supported through the Intercultural Center, Social Work, and Housing and Residential Life. For more information, contact Dr. David Luke at