Join the Health and Human Sciences Living Learning Community, where you can be with other UNC Greensboro students who are interested in health sciences careers. As a member, you can explore different career opportunities in the health professions and majors within the School of Health and Human Sciences. The LLC houses up to 44 people on one co-ed floor in Reynolds Hall.
We have dedicated programming including: pizza with the Dean of the School of Health and Human Sciences, lunch with faculty, and game nights.
Meet with faculty in different departments
Receive exclusive academic support and tutoring for your rigorous science courses
Connect with your academic advisor during advising hours in the student lounge
Access internship and job shadowing opportunities
Connect with HHS alumni
WHY THE LIVING LEARNING COMMUNITY?
Living in the Living Learning Community, you will find your future health professions colleagues, and will be among peers, faculty, and advisors who will support and mentor you as you make your journey through UNC Greensboro and to your ultimate career goals.
BENEFITS OF A LIVING LEARNING COMMUNITY
To create a positive and impactful transition from high school to college
To build a sense of belonging and connectedness to UNC Greensboro and the School of Health and Human Sciences faculty and staff
To promote academic excellence by developing study skills, concentration, and strategies
To facilitate ongoing education and exploration for potential majors, careers, and services in the health professions
DID YOU KNOW?
Retention and graduation rates are typically higher for students who participate in Living Learning Communities.
Integration into campus culture and exposure to faculty and programmatic aims in health and human sciences are more prevalent in the School of Health and Human Sciences Living Learning Community.