Health, Education and Professional Studies Residential College


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HEALTH: Healthy Eating and Active Living in HHP Living Learning Community

HEALTH: Healthy Eating and Active Living in HHP

The Department of Health and Human Performance consists of diverse health science-related programs united by the Department’s mission of prevention of injury and chronic disease through healthy eating and active living.  Whether interested in Exercise and Health Science, Sport, Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Management, Health and Physical Education, or interested in pursuing a post-baccalaureate program in a health-related profession, such as Athletic Training, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Public Health and others, there is a place for you in this cohort.  The “HEALTH” LLC will live out the HHP mission through as service-focused, value-based core of activities that engages students in the UTC campus and Chattanooga communities.

Contact: Liz Hathaway, 423-425-5214 and Jamie Harvey 423-425-4198
Process: Submit Housing application

MASH: Mocs Aspiring to Science and Health Living Learning Community

MASH: Mocs Aspiring to Science and Health

The School of Nursing aspires to be the leader in transforming nursing education and promoting health by engaging students in advancing health for all people.  For those interested in a nursing major at UTC, this experience will allow the student to have a better understanding of nursing as a profession.   The Nursing RLC/LLC will engage students in the School of Nursing vision with opportunities for service-based activities within the Chattanooga community.    Students will also be introduced to the University academic environment, including the nature and purpose of a college education, expectations for academic success, learning beyond the classroom, academic and career planning, and student engagement resources.

Contact: Tessa Mullinax-Baker 423-425-5772
Process: Submit Housing application

RISE: Residents in the School of Education Living Learning Community

RISE: Residents in the School of Education

RISE provides first-time, freshmen education majors or minors the opportunity to integrate their academic and social lives through common living spaces, class schedules, and outside activities during their freshman year at UTC.  Members of RISE work with an after-school program to increase their knowledge and skills necessary to succeed as a reflective practitioner and future educator.  They will also engage in meaningful community events and activities to build relationships with education stakeholders and community leaders.

Contact: Kim Wingate 423-425-4375
Process: Submit Housing application


CHEPS General

For any residential student who is a declared major in the College of Health, Education and Professional Studies, or undecided residents who wish to explore these majors.

Contact: Dr. Valerie Rutledge 423-425-5347
Process: Submit Housing application


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