Business Learning Community
The Business Residential Learning Community is open to students majoring in Accountancy, Business Economics, Business Prep, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Management and Marketing.
Residential Learning Communities (RLC) allow you to live with other students sharing the same academic major or special interest. As an RLC member, you have the opportunity to attend social and academic programs with other students, interact with faculty outside of the classroom, and get to know an upper division Community Mentor who shares your major or interest area.
Residential Learning Communities (RLC) are located in one of 10 Freshmen Connection Halls and participants are eligible for priority room selection. Additional information regarding room and roommate selection will be sent to student NAU email accounts if you are accepted into the RLC.
this group if you want to:
- Tour local businesses and meet
with the management teams to learn more about business.
- Gain the tools, knowledge, and
perspectives you need to become a leader within the business profession
- Spend time meeting and creating
relationships with current and future professors.
- Attend social events with fellow
freshmen business students.
- Learn new study skills during
- Begin exploring career paths in
all areas of business.
- Receive one-on-one attention from
a Learning Community Mentor, who is also a business student.
- Participate in mock interviews and
resume workshops to help you prepare for applying for internships and
other employment opportunities.
- Build long-lasting relationships
with students who have the same goals and aspirations as you.
in certain high-demand, major-based classes will be reserved for Business
Learning Community residents. Your adviser will help you enroll in these
Seats will be
- FIN 190 - Personal Finance In A Global Economy: This course will examine the role of the consumer in society, and how elements of our social, cultural and political systems lead to healthy and unhealthy financial behaviors. Students will learn how to manage personal finances including: the use of credit, savings, insurance, stocks, bonds, and other investment programs; using bank services, determining personal taxes, planning for retirement, and estate planning.
- CIS 120 – Introduction to Computer
Information Systems: introduces computer and
information systems, including the development and hands-on use of
applications designed for communications, decision support, and database
- ACC 205 – Legal, Ethical, Global,
and Regulatory Environment of Business: introduces
thebasics of the environment of business, including legal and
ethical issues and the regulatory and global environment of business that
affect business policies and decisions.