Foreign Languages and International Relations (FLAIR)
Do you want to become fluent in another language? Planning on working or serving internationally? Pursuing a career path with a global reach? Preparing for a study abroad opportunity? If so, the Foreign Languages and International Relations living-learning community – FLAIR – is for you! Guides offer on-floor tutoring and host occasional French, German and Spanish language immersion nights. FLAIR faculty partners will host movie nights, cultural programs and dinners.
Where is the community located?
Can I live in this LLC with someone who is not participating in the program?
Sorry, but no. All students living in the rooms designated for the FLAIR community must participate in the FLAIR program.
Are there required courses?
Yes, the FLAIR program has a prescribed schedule of courses. In the fall semester, first-year students in the FLAIR program must take a foreign language course, plus common sections of ENGL 1101, HIST 1112, and XIDS 2002.
To whom is the community open?
The FLAIR community is for all classifications of students and also counts as a first-year experience program for freshmen.
Is there a fee for the community?
Yes, FLAIR participants are required to pay a $20 special interest housing fee each semester to fund specialized community features.