Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to join the Finding Your Voice in Social Justice Learning Community?

There is NO COST to joining the Finding Your Voice in Social Justice Learning Community!

I want to join another BGSU learning community too.  Can I join the Finding Your Voice in Social Justice Learning Community?

Yes, but we do ask that if you join our LC you commit to engaging in all required activities.

Who can apply to be part of the Finding Your Voice in Social Justice Learning Community?

New incoming first-year students are eligible to apply to the first-year cohort. Members of the first-year cohort will be enrolled in the following two courses upon acceptance into the learning community:

  • Our community’s section of ETHN 1010 Introduction to Ethnic Studies
  • RESC 2000J – a 1-credit class that includes all students in the learning community.

Returning BGSU students who have already taken ETHN 1010, WS 2000, or an equivalent course are also eligible to apply. All returning students in the learning community will be required to take RESC 2000J.

Students of color and first-generation college students are especially encouraged to apply.

Do I have to live in a particular residence hall to join the Finding Your Voice in Social Justice Learning Community?

No. The Finding Your Voice in Social Justice Learning Community is not a residential learning community. Students living in all residence halls may apply to the learning community.

How do I apply to be a part of the Finding Your Voice in Social Justice Learning Community?

You can apply by filling out a short online form.

For more information, contact yourvoice@bgsu.edu