If you are a budding scientist, mathematician or engineer, then join with like-minded students and share in creating a community of scholars. In the Physical Sciences, Math, and Engineering Living-Learning Community, sponsored by the College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CNAS), students will have the opportunity to live and learn with others who share their interests. Faculty members from the college will be directly involved with the community, creating opportunities to learn outside the classroom. Classroom interaction among the cohort will be bolstered by attending common sections of GEP 101 (First-Year Foundations).
Students will have the opportunity to participate in learning-related activities, such as class-linked study sessions, informal advising sessions, research presentations by faculty members, and trips to places of interest, such as Fermilab. In addition, students will meet alumni from the science fields, and local leaders in science-related businesses. Come find your passion in the Physical Science, Math, and Engineering LLC.