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Nursing Students in the lab pursuing health careers

The Health Careers Living Learning Community (LLC) is designed to engage students in exploring various aspects of the healthcare professions, particularly Nursing, Community Health and Public Health. Students will have opportunities to explore health-related career options as well as the major challenges and issues facing patients, providers, and communities, while examining the roles and responsibilities of different public health and healthcare professionals.

Students in this community will take their required First Year Inquiry course studying "famous" individuals as part of "The Lives of the Great and Not So Famous" who have impacted health and medical care in the 20th and 21 st centuries and take the health pre-requisite courses ( Anatomy & Physiology and Chemical Concepts ) together.

What to Expect 

  • A Living Learning Community Mentor (current sophomore and former Health Careers participant) present and available to support students through their academic experience and provide targeted programming on course themes
  • Group social and academic activities both in and out of the residence hall 
  • Opportunities to support fellow participants through study and tutor sessions

Quick Facts

Academic Course Load: 8 credits during fall semester, 8 credits during spring semester
Size:
20 students
Location: 
North Campus Residence Hall (NCRH)
Roommate Policy: 
Roommate needs to be a participant in one of the four LLC programs housed in NCRH  (please see housing note on the main First Year Living Learning Communities page) 
Restrictions:
Open to students interested in health-related majors

Applications

Students must complete the online application.

Contact Information

Dr. Melissa Weinstein
Faculty Coordinator
617-333-2906
mweinstein@curry.edu