At a Glance
What Makes This Community Different
Students in this community have access to opportunities that will improve their experience at Carolina and prepare them for their careers after graduation.
- Exclusive Women's Community events with faculty, speakers and the Carolina Men's Community.
- Examine and understand social justice issues that women face.
- Opportunities to participate in community-specific service projects, leadership development and celebrations.
Take Courses with Your Peers
Carolina Women's Community students take classes called linked courses with the peers who live around them and share their interests.
Carolina Women's Community Linked Course Sections
- WGST 112: Introduction to Women's & Gender Studies
- PHIL 213: Communicating Moral Issues
Students in these course sections will live on the same floor together in business community housing. Seating for linked courses is limited and acceptance is based on the date you were admitted to the university.
Why Linked Courses
Research shows students who take courses within their learning community are more likely to take ownership of their academic career and be more engaged with their community.
These are smaller learning communities within residence halls focused on an area of study or student interest. Students in these communities will meet others who share their interests, and have unique opportunities to pursue those interests outside of the classroom.