Health Professions Community
Students participating in this community combine their living environment with learning, both inside and outside the classroom. Unique programming is offered specifically for your major, along with visits from faculty and staff within the College of Health Professions, to help you become successful in the classroom. In fact, students who have lived in the community in the past have proven to be more successful than their peers who do not live in the community. Additionally, you have a greater advantage in meeting fellow health professions students to develop a strong network of future colleagues. The Health Professions Community is currently located in our high rise complex.
"Being part of the Health Professions Community gives me an opportunity to socialize and meet the people that I will be seeing around campus for the next several years. Being a part of the community allows us to help each other with homework because we are taking several of the same classes."
“[Living in the Health Professions Learning Community] is a great networking opportunity amongst others seeking a degree/profession similar to your own. Many of the health fields are interrelated, so whether your fellow student is there for pharmacy, nursing, or another health profession, you already have something in common.”
- Martin, Pre-Pharmacy
What’s Happening in the Health Professions Community:
- LAUNCH in August
- Connect and network with faculty across the college
- Regular interactions with academic advisors
- Health related field trips
- Academic advising information session
- Social activities hosted by peers in the community
- Chemistry courses as determined by academic plan and academic advisor
How To Apply:
Students in this community must be majoring in an area within the College of Health Professions:
- Pharmaceutical sciences
- Respiratory Care
- Medical Laboratory Sciences
- Radiologic Science
Students wishing to participate in this community should complete the Health Profession Learning Community Agreement. This is agreement is upheld by all members of the community. Students are placed in the community on a first come, first serve basis.