Student Learning Communities
Current Academic Year
Brain Matters - designed for students with degree programs or interests in education and psychology.
TCB: Taking Care of Business - geared towards students with an interest in Business and may be considering a professional degree in Management, Human Resource Management, Industrial Technology, Marketing, Finance or Accounting.
TLC: Tender Loving Care - For students interested in pursuing a Nursing Degree or considering other careers in health care.
Wellness - designed to support students seeking a foundation in aspects of Health and kinesiology, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Athletic Training.
Pre-Health Professionals - introduces students to various aspects and opportunities associated with careers in pre-health (pre-dental, pre-med, pre-pharmacy) and sciences.
Mosaic- designed to offer a supportive and dynamic environment for first year Liberal Arts and Social Science majors. Students will have opportunities geared towards learning about various disciplines in liberal arts and social sciences.
STEM- designed to provide a place of interaction, connection, encouragement, and academic support for first-year students enrolled in a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics major or program.
En Route-CAP- designed for students with a common interest of transferring to UT Austin. Course topics will enable students to explore various aspects, resources and ways to promote academic and social success in college.
PathFinders- Assists student in defining their academic and career interest. The process begins with getting to know the student as well as learning about University resources and career possibilities.
Transfer- Transfer Learning Community is open to all incoming transfer students. This community provides an excellent opportunity for new transfer students to the university to learn about the university resources, collaborate with other students and become familiar with university environment
PASSages - Focuses on numerous aspects critical to college readiness and academic success. Topics such as campus resources and services, study skills, effective relationships with faculty, are included.
NEW Student Learning Communities are continually being developed. Be sure to speak with your advisor for the most up to date availability and to see what options you may consider.