Science, Sustainability, and Health Path Community

This community is full for fall 2021.

What is the Science, Sustainability, and Health Path Community?

This community combines elements from the Healthy Communities (HC) and Scientific Discovery and Sustainability (SDS) Flight Paths. It is designed for exploring students who are interested in learning about the world and making it a better place through their future careers.

This residential community engages students in a rich cocurricular collaboration with HC and SDS Flight Path academic advisors and Career Center readiness coaches—including advising hours in the residence halls—and specialized workshops, programs, and events such as registration sessions and networking opportunities with faculty members, alumni, and employers. Students in this community will have a designated student lounge/small classroom and two offices located in the residence hall for study groups and meetings with faculty, academic advisors, career coaches, and peer mentors. Living in the community will provide support for students to explore majors, get involved in undergraduate research, and get a head start into career pathways.

Why should I choose to live in this community?

Students who wish to live with others sharing interests in the majors and minors within this academic and career theme will enjoy a dynamic and interdisciplinary home environment with access to a wide range of social, academic, and early career support. There is no course work associated with this community


Residence Hall: Unthank Hall. Students living in this community will select roommates who are also in the community.

Please note that communities can be moved to different residence halls if the size or need of the community changes.

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Who is eligible and how do I apply?

All students are encouraged to apply. This community may be of interest to students interested in: biochemistry, chemistry, computer and information science, data science, earth sciences, environmental science, environmental studies, geography, marine biology, mathematics, mathematics and computer science, physics, biology, general science, human physiology, neuroscience, psychology, College of Design, architecture, interior architecture, landscape architecture, pre-landscape architecture, College of Education, communication disorders and sciences, family and human services

  1. Register for University Housing and select the community you prefer in the "Community Preference" section.
  2. Fill out the supplemental questions on your housing application. The program director will be in communication with you over the summer to remind you to fill out the form and determine class placement and details.

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