Learning Communities Available to Students in the College of Science
Around the World (in 1 Semester and 5 Religions)
Join this LC to learn about enhancing global understanding and the ability to address current individual and national strife.
Students share first-year chemistry and science courses while participating in co-curricular activities that bring the excitement of science to area high school students.
This semester-long experience will allow you to live, learn, and connect with other students who are passionate about Computer Science through a vibrant residential learning community.
Discoveries in Biology
College of Science students take their first steps into the fast-paced world of scientific discovery by becoming a part of the Discoveries in Biology Learning Community.
Discoveries in Chemistry
College of Science students take their first steps into the fast-paced world of scientific discovery by becoming a part of the Discoveries in Chemistry Learning Community.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
If you have an interest in learning how businesses launch, compete and grow, consider the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Learning Community (ELC).
The Environmental Sciences Learning Community provides you with an opportunity to explore emerging problems and innovative solutions concerning the environment.
Future Naval Officers of Purdue
The Future Naval Officers of Purdue Learning Community is devoted to building a solid foundation for future Navy and Marine Corps Officers.
Global Science Partnerships
This LC will help you develop intercultural competencies and advance your global leadership skills.
Law and Literature, Past and Present
How far does the law express what is just or good? In this learning community you will explore questions like this and the conflicts that arise from them.
Join other first-year Psychology students with your interests as they begin exploring human behavior and the mind. Through active LC participation, you will bring your classroom education to life.
TEACH! (Secondary Education)
TEACH! Learning Communities are designed to bring first-year Teacher Education students together through academics, professional development, and social activities.
Women in Science Residential Program (WISP)
Women in Science Programs address issues such as interviewing skills, graduate school, academic achievement, social balance, study abroad, and more.
Students entering the College of Science must complete online tasks prior to registering for fall classes; you will receive directions for completing these tasks from the College of Science. Some of the information from these tasks is used for initial math placement. Performance on an online math assessment may impact a student's eligibility for other courses which may be part of a Learning Community requirement. You should apply for the Learning Communities that interest you and discuss Learning Community placement with an advisor during STAR, the summer orientation and registration program.