Houses students who are interested in psychology. Students may be interested in psychology as a major or future career, but it is not required.
residents will have the opportunity to participate in special academic opportunities provided by the Psychology Department and University Housing as well as additional support from a Faculty Fellow who serves as a support and resource to residents.
Students in this community take a section of Psychology 111 together. This class is a general education requirement and thus fits into any major degree plan.
The location of the Psychology FIC for 2013-2014 is Woodland Hall.
New students wishing to become part of a Focused Interest Community should indicate their interest on their University Housing application.
To learn more about the Focused Interest Communities, please contact Vicky Dean, Assistant Director of Residential Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or 618-650-5296.