You should live in this community if you are majoring in Physics, Physics Education, Math, Math Education, Construction Management, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Computer Information Technology, Chemistry, or Chemistry Education.
This community provides students in areas of STEM with
the opportunities to connect with faculty, engage in study groups, and be exposed to research options. These
opportunities directly impact student success and prepare students for a
Common classes for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 are still being determined at this time. The common courses will be connected to your major and others may fulfill a LASC goal.
This community is historically located in Snarr Hall.