Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (AHSS) Community
The Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Community is comprised of first-year students within this college* living together and taking the same section of University 189.** Students will also have weekly interaction with faculty on their floor presenting on a variety of topics. From photojournalism to career development, students will be exposed to a variety of opportunities to enhance their academic work and to provide career options upon graduation. The Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences community is located on floors 4 and 5 of Thompson Hall.
"I really love that many people within this community have similar interests and goals. Having a major that falls under the categories of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences allow us to really bond with people who are similar to us."
-Madeline, Vocal Music Education
- One-on-one contact with Faculty
- Interaction with peers that have similar interests
- Make connections between the classroom and out-of-class learning
- Create lasting friendships
- Be more connected to the campus community
How to Apply
Students wishing to participate in this community should mark the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (AHSS) option on their residence hall application.
*Students in this community must be majoring in an area within the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences which include: Agricultural Communication, Anthropology, Architecture, Art, Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, English, French, German, Health Communication, History, Humanities, Journalism, Broadcasting and Mass Communication Technologies, Management Communication, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Public Relations and Advertising, Sociology, Spanish, Speech Communication, Theatre Arts, Visual Arts, and Women's Studies.
**Identified one credit course required for Learning Community participation regardless of incoming credits each semester.