Health Sciences Learning Community
The Health Sciences Learning Community offers students exploring majors in one of the programs in the Doisy College of Health Sciences or the School of Nursing opportunities to live together and to interact with faculty and participate in activities geared toward their pre-professional interests.
This community has had activities such as Medical Movie Mondays, an ongoing service project through a consistent service site which works with young children suffering from mental and physical disabilities, students taking CPR/ First Aid course, and faculty working with the students in the learning community to form a Health Sciences Club.
Examples of Activities:
- Medical Movie Mondays
- CPR Class
- First Aid Class
- On Campus Dissections with Life Sciences LC
- Med Campus Student Success Open House
Examples of Service Involvement:
- KEENUSA: Creating recreational opportunities for children and young adults with developmental and physical disabilities.
- Make a Difference Day
- Hustle for your Health
Guided Study Groups:
The Health Sciences learning community is one of four learning communities that will have guided study groups in the Fall. While all learning communities and FIGs are encouraged to build study groups, these guided study groups have the built in support of the Department of Academic Support's tutoring and Supplemental Instruction services. To learn more about this additional resource, check out the LC Guided Study Group webpage.
To view an example of the Health Sciences LC Agreement click here.