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Laurier Off-Campus University Students

LOCUS students sitting on stepsLaurier Off-Campus University Students (LOCUS) is a program designed to aid the transition into university for first-year Laurier students living off campus. It provides first-year students with academic, social and personal support to ensure they do not miss out on the on-campus experience if they decide to not live in residence.

Upon joining LOCUS, you are assigned to a community of peers who are also living off campus. It is headed by a senior student, or an LOCUS don. Your LOCUS don is responsible for getting you all the information you need during Orientation Week and throughout the year.

There are many ways to get involved with LOCUS, including participating in monthly LOCUS events or volunteering as a LOCUS representative on a Residence Life council.