The Key Health Professions Community is a first-year learning community intentionally focused on the exploration of human and animal health professions fields and academic achievement. 74 students will live together on a designated floor in Braiden Hall and enroll in 3-4 classes together. In this community, students take advantage of group study opportunities, leadership development, and opportunities to build connections with faculty, staff and students. Students will participate in required academic study skills, personal enrichment, and health professions interest workshops to provide support for researching and making choices with their academic, career and leadership paths. The Key Communities strive to create an environment committed to academic excellence, campus involvement, and a diverse and supportive environment.
Key Health Professions Values:
Supportive Environment to Explore Science and Health Professions Interests
Active Campus and Community Involvement and Leadership
Appreciation of Diversity