Learning Communities provide a unique opportunity for students to help each other excel.
The Forestry and Wildlife Learning Community shares a common interest in our natural resources. They are united by their love of the outdoors and a passion for studying techniques to protect, understand and utilize our world. Students in SFWS majors can share common courses and other activities with their natural resource minded peers. Students in the community also have the option of living together in the same residence hall on the Hill.
What are the benefits?
- Relationship with professors
- Early registration into key classes
- Focus on major or interest
- Learning Communities activities
- Peer Instructors
- Study sessions
- It’s FREE!
Contact Lisa Hollans at (334) 844-1001 for more information on joining our unique family.
To apply, visit: Auburn University Learning Community