Pre-Health Sciences LLC
Incoming new students with an interest in a science-based major can participate in the Pre-Health Sciences Living Learning Community to assist in their transition to science at the university level. Students in this community will be enrolled in CHEM 141 in the same class lecture, lab, and small group workshop with other students in the Pre-Health Sciences LLC.
This community has often attracted students planning to study Chemistry, Biochemistry, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Med, and Geo-Sciences. Additionally, the Resident Assistants on the floors are science majors who have successfully taken Chemistry 141 and can provide insight and assistance for new students.
Please note that students planning to study Pre-Nursing or Wildlife Biology take Chemistry 121 for those majors, and therefore do not qualify for this Living Learning Community.
Programs & Events
Past programs for this community have included:
- Study sessions in the building before quizzes and exams in the course
- Chemistry 'magic show' with UM resident wizard 'G-Wiz' (Dr. Garon Smith)
- Informational sessions and tours of the Pharmacy School for Pre-Pharmacy majors about applying to Pharmacy School
- Panel discussions on how to be successful in Chemistry 141 from upper-class students who have taken the course
The Pre-Health Sciences Living Learning Community is located in Craig Hall. Male residents live on the 1st floor South wing and female residents live on the 2nd floor South wing.
How to Apply
To apply for the Pre-Health Sciences LLC, please select this community on the online housing application. There is not a separate application to be a member of the Pre-Health Sciences LLC, however, students will be registered for the Chemistry 141 course and corresponding workshop sections before orientation in the summer. If a student is not registered for Chemistry 141, they may be removed from the community.
If you have already applied to housing, but did not indicate your interest in the Pre-Health Sciences LLC on your application, please contact Casey Cronin about your interest in being assigned to the Pre-Health Sciences Living Learning Community.
Contact for Additional Information
For additional information about the Pre-Health Sciences Living Learning Community, please contact John Nugent, Assistant Director of UM Housing, or Dr. Mark Cracolice, Professor for the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry.