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Incoming Students: The Health and Well-Being Living-Learning Community will no longer be offered after the 2018-2019 academic year.
The Health & Well-Being Living-Learning Community, located in McNary Hall, is a space for students to connect with other students who are excited about health and science, especially the intersection of these fields and particularly with the perspective of improving our communities across Oregon and beyond. It's a partnership with the College of Science and the College of Public Health and Human Sciences.
In line with the mission of Oregon State University as a leading land-grant university, and with the goals and values of both the College of Sciences and the College of Public Health and Human Sciences, students in this living-learning community will be engaged in critical dialogue around the most pressing social problems we face today, to ensure lifelong health and well-being for all.
Through regular curricular and co-curricular opportunities for teaching, research, application, and community outreach, students in this community will be empowered to advance knowledge, policies and best practices that improve their own wellbeing while also advancing lifelong health and well-being for every person, every family, and every community - in Oregon, across our nation, and amongst our world at large.
programs designed to prepare students for graduate study in a professional health discipline
regular and ongoing opportunities to connect with faculty within the College of Sciences and the College of Public Health and Human Sciences
drop-in advisor hours during registration periods
in-hall chemistry tutoring
study lounge complete with whiteboard walls and presentation screens
This community would be an ideal location for anyone who is considering a career in the professional health field. Students intending to major in Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physician's Assistant, Public Health, Kinesiology, Nutrition, Human Development and Family Sciences, or other health professions, will benefit from connecting with other students with similar goals and values as well as from regularly offered program opportunities designed to prepare students for success in a professional health discipline.