Biology LLC

BioLLC

About

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The Biology Living Learning Community (Bio LLC) is a residentially based community for students enrolled in BIO210 during the academic year. Students will live in residence in a common community and will be registered in the same tutorial for BIO210 as a cohort. Participation in the Bio LLC will centre upon community building, professional skill development, and enhanced faculty-student interaction. 

The upper-year Biology Living Learning (Bio LLC) is a community of students enrolled in BIO208 & BIO209 during the fall/winter term. Students interested in leadership development and global competence should apply now!
 

Course Requirement

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BIO208 and BIO209 ‘Fundamentals of Human Anatomy and Physiology’
 

Previous Opportunities

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Through the unique programming offered, in the past, members of this community have participated in the following:

  • Exclusive LLC Orientation and End-of-Year Dinner

  • Field trips with faculty to Ripley’s Aquarium

  • Faculty and Alumni lunches

  • Escape rooms with faculty

  • ROP panel talks

  • Medical school AMA
     

Residence Placement

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Students enrolled in the Bio LLC will be placed in a common community in Putnam Place and all eligible candidates will be guaranteed residence so long as they meet application and eligibility requirements. 
 

Hear from our students!

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Hi! My name is Lorianne and I was a part of the BioLLC during the 2019-2020 School year. It was an amazing experience and I would recommend it to anyone interested in pursuing an education in the sciences, specifically biology. Living in the LLC gives you the opportunity to live in a close-knit community of other students who are studying the same things you are! This increases opportunity for study groups and peer learning. Also, every Living & Learning Community has their own PAL, short for Peer Academic Leader, who is a direct line to everything you need to know about your major(s) and a current student who has been in your shoes before. In LLCs, there are also events called Faculty Field Trips. During my year, on one of the field trips, we visited Ripley's Aquarium downtown with Professor Richter and Professor Patel. This was an amazing experience for me as I love marine biology and that being one of Professor Richter's areas of expertise, I learned so much on that trip. Being a part of the BioLLC really enhanced my second year learning experience and I will always be grateful that I was a part of the community.