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Information, Design & Computing (Rhodos Fellows)

Students who are pursuing careers in information, design, and computing and are interested in becoming part of the next generation of graduates driving the future of digital technologies.

At a Glance

  • Made up of students with majors in design, computer science, engineering, and digital communications
  • Students live in South Quad
  • Get hands-on experience outside the classroom


Community site

Learn more about what it means to be part of Rhodos Fellows.

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.

  • Become part of the interdisciplinary living and learning community that brings together creative designers, data scientists, communicators and engineers.
  • Build your skill set for an advantage in your future endeavors through research projects, community service programs and leadership events specifically designed around digital technologies.
  • Gain a unique insight into globally integrated workforces.


Take Classes With Your Peers

Galen students can take courses together, called linked courses, that cover a shared interest or fulfill a major requirement.

Linked Courses

  • History 108: Science and Technology in World History

  • MART 210: Digital Media Arts Fundamentals

  • SPCH 140: Public Communication

  • CSCE 145: Algorithmic Design I

  • COLA 298: Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise

Why First-Year Interest Groups?

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.


Community Types

These are themed, building-wide learning communities staffed by a faculty member who is an expert in the theme. Students get in-depth experience with their community topic, and gain a greater understanding of how to apply that experience outside the classroom and after they graduate.

These are academically focused communities where students live near each other and take major classes together. This helps students connect with others who have similar interests, gives them an opportunity to form relationships outside the classroom and gives them access to academic support when they need it.

Applying to Join This Community

Incoming Students: Submit your housing application, available on the housing portal via on February 15, and follow instructions to apply for a faculty principal community.

Continuing Students: Information about sign-up for Fall 2022 will be available in the Fall of 2021.


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