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Religion, History, Ethics & Philosophy

  • $100 annual program fee
  • Standard housing costs without air-conditioning
  • Double rooms
  • Central neighborhood


The Religion, History, Ethics & Philosophy community is a great place for students who enjoy in-depth conversations over coffee any time of the day. Majoring in religion, history, ethics, or philosophy is not required to live in the community. Students simply share a common interest both in these topics and in learning more together.


  • Attending plays, musicals, concerts, and lectures by visiting world and national figures.
  • Touring libraries and museums.
  • Visiting the local Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center.
  • Attending group dinners at local international and vegetarian restaurants.
  • Annual trip to a large city (e.g., Washington, D.C.).

Who Lives Here

All undergraduate students are welcome.

How to Apply

Review the application process before beginning. When completing your housing application, select "Religion, History, Ethics & Philosophy" on the Learning Community selection page. For more information, contact Academic and Student Engagement.

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