Global Business Learning Community
The Global Business Learning Community (GBLC) gives first-year students the opportunity to live with other globally-minded business students and explore international business in the context of the Columbus community. Students have exclusive access to networking events with global business executives, career workshops, corporate site visits, service learning opportunities, special interaction with Fisher business faculty and staff, active involvement with the International Business Club and preference for the Office of Global Business Freshman Global Lab, and a trip to Western or Eastern Europe in May 2015.
All members of the GBLC are required to: (1) Live in the Lane Avenue Residence Hall, conveniently located on the northern part of the Ohio State less than 5 minutes from the Fisher College of Business, (2) enroll in a clustered section of survey class BUS ADM 1100 taught by the assigned GBLC academic advisor, and (3) participate in programming focused around the community theme.
Do I have to major in Fisher College of Business when applying for the Global Business Learning Community?
Are Global Business Learning Community students admitted into the major program?
When can I apply for the Global Business Learning Community?
Can GBLC participants apply for Honors Programs?
Do I have to live in the residence hall?
Do I have to participate in off-campus trips?
Which university offices are involved in the Global Business Learning Community?
For additional information about the Global Business Learning Community please contact:
Lorraine Pennyman, Assistant Director
Zachary Grammel, Program Coordinator