Residential College

<p>hi....ive been asked if i want to enter RC....basically i want to do a BSBA (2 yrs-LSA and then 2 yrs Ross) the RC worth it?...whar are the pros and cons of it?</p>

<p>I got into the RC as well and agreed to go if I enroll at Michigan. I'm not sure how the BS/BA program works though. </p>


<p>Alexandre...please help !!!!</p>

<p>The RC is a bit of a LAC within the University of Michigan. If the thought of a very liberal and slightly unorthodox LAC appeals to you, go for the RC. It will not impact your chances of getting into the Business school. The RC is a learning you will be living in a particular dorm (East Quad) with all the other members of the RC. It is very intimate...if you like liberal and slightly original characters. If you are conservative or like a more straight laced crowd, the RC may not be for you.</p>

<p>i guess RC is not for me......btw how easy/tough is it to get into Ross? What are the factors taken into consideration?</p>

<p>Hi! I 've been accepted to the RC, too, but for creative writing.</p>

<p>I've gotten into the RC too... but also the Honors College. So I'm not sure whether I want to live at the RC in East Quad or Honors Housing in South Quad. Any advice on which would be a better place to live?</p>

<p>They are totally different. Honors is not a community. It is simply a distinction. Roughly a quarter of Michigan students belong to the Honors college and they live all over the campus. The RC is a learning community. They all live in the same dorm. It has a LAC feel. Also Honors students are a very diverse group. There isn't a typical Honors student. RC students are generally quirky and very liberal.</p>