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Pre-Health Living-Learning Community (PHLLC)
- Move to campus early for PHLLC orientation and training
- Attend ETSU Preview weekend
- Live in Lucille Clement Hall with a PHLLC roommate for at least your first 2 years
- Take designated courses as a group
- Attend regular meetings, participate in community service, and attend professional development events throughout the academic year
- Maintain a minimum 3.3 GPA
- Students applying to PHLLC must also submit an ETSU Housing Application.
- Follow up with the PHLLC Program Coordinator at PHLLC@etsu.edu with any questions.
Why join PHLLC?
The PHLLC is a community for our strongest, most committed students pursuing healthcare careers in medicine, nursing, physical therapy, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, dental hygiene, or any other health profession program offered at ETSU.
It allows you to grow by encouraging personal and intellectual development through social gatherings, study groups, tutoring sessions, group enrollment in selected health discipline prerequisite courses, and residential life with like-minded individuals. The PHLLC also offers special volunteer opportunities and other experiences that help students cultivate a set of cultural competencies needed to work within the interdisciplinary healthcare team.
Who is eligible?
First-time freshmen meeting the criteria and enrolled in one of the following health professions programs:
Pre-Allopathic Medicine, Pre-Audiology, Pre-Chiropractic Medicine, Pre-Nutrition, Pre-Dental Hygiene, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Osteopathic Medicine, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Podiatry, Public Health, Pre-Radiologic Science, Pre-Cardiopulmonary Science, Pre-Speech-Language Pathology and Pre-Veterinary Medicine.
How will I know if I have been accepted?
Students are encouraged to apply to the PHLLC early, as applicants are admitted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Students who have applied to the PHLLC and meet eligibility and acceptance criteria will receive an acceptance letter including an official acceptance form from the Office of Medical Professions Advisement (MPA). To formally accept admission into the PHLLC, pay the program fee and return the acceptance form to the MPA Office by mail or in person. Once the program fee has been paid, you will receive additional information regarding move-in day activities and room assignment information.
Why do our current members enjoy being part of the PHLLC?
I refuse to be anything less than the best candidate for medical school. Pre-Veterinary student
I enjoy being in an intellectually challenging environment. Pre-Medical student