Nursing LLC

The Nursing Living Learning Community brings together students wishing to pursue a career in nursing.

UofL Nursing students graduate prepared to demonstrate excellence in nursing science, practice, and leadership in a variety of settings for the benefit of clients and to meet the evolving health care needs of society. The Nursing LLC fosters exploration of this career path through courses, programming, services, and connections to campus and community resources. This program is built to support, encourage, engage, and enhance the experience of participating nursing students at UofL. This community is housed in Unitas Tower. Learn more about Unitas Tower here.

Who can apply for the Nursing Community?

Required courses for the Nursing Community:

  • Fall
    • BIOL 102.02
    • PSYC 201.02
    • CHEM 105.01
    • NURS 101.08

What are the benefits of participating in the Nursing Community?

  • Tutors available in your residence hall during some evenings to support academic success.
  • An advisor who is available outside of regular business hours to help you plan, guide you through, and assist in the transition to both lower division and upper division nursing.
  • Opportunities to meet and work with nursing faculty outside of the classroom setting.
  • Academic programs to assist you in becoming a more confident, well-rounded, and successful student.
  • Social activities to assist you in networking with community members, other nursing students, health-science students, and faculty.
  • Peer mentors to help assist with the demand of our coursework and the transition to UofL.

For any additional questions related to the Public Health Community, please contact Trish Hart at or (502) 852-8298. You can also contact Rudy Clark at .