In 1999, Georgia State University offered the first Freshman Learning Communities (FLC) for incoming first-year students. Today, students have the opportunity to select from over 70 Freshman Learning Communities. Each FLC is designed around a theme such as leadership, education, or business. Students who select a FLC will take five classes in the fall semester together with the other 24 students in their FLC. This allows for students to easily make connections with their peers in the classroom and helps facilitate the formation of study groups.
The Emerging Leaders program will offer four sections in the fall semester.
For a full list of FLCs and their related courses, click here.