The Science Living-Learning Community is an optional program for select students who are interested in enhancing their academic and social experience through additional science-related experiences. This cohort enjoys an integrated learning environment dedicated to extending the science curriculum beyond the classroom.
The program is open by invitation only to first-year students considering a major in biology, biochemistry, biostatistics and chemistry.
What are the benefits?
• Opportunities to interact with science faculty outside the classroom
• Organized tutoring and study sessions in the residence hall
• Access to a dedicated residence hall study lounge with computers containing science software.
• Faculty presentations on their latest scholarly work
• Career preparation and counseling focused on the sciences
• Information about on-campus research oportunities with faculty and at Merck Research Laboratories-Boston, as well as opportunities at Dana-Farber Cancer Research Center, Harvard Medical School and other world-class research institutions within the Longwood Medical and Academic Area
How are students supported in the program? Upper-class science majors serve as Science Mentor Fellows. Living on the same floor, these students work with members of the cohort as peer tutors and guides. They also assist faculty members to help plan enriching programs and presentations that will integrate a rigorous academic experience.
At Emmanuel, students are never alone in their pursuit to reach their potential. The Science Living-Learning Community offers students the support and encouragement to make the most out of studying the sciences at Emmanuel College. To learn more, please contact the Office of Admissions at 617-735-9715 or email email@example.com.