BROAD STREET SOCIETY
About the Community
Broad Street offers a select group of high-achieving Public Health students all the advantages of a small, student-centered college with all the benefits of being a student at one of the largest and most comprehensive educational institutions in the world.
- Students are admitted after a holistic review of their high school credentials to include coursework, class rank, ACT/SAT scores, and extracurricular activities.
- Students must major in Public Health.
Students will enroll in a special honors section of PHLT 289H, the foundation class for Broad Street, for the fall term. The Last Lecture Series offers interactive faculty lectures, in-depth examination of relevant literature, and group discussion. In the spring, PHLT 489H will expose members to international aspects of public health culminating in a student-designed field trip abroad over Spring Break.
PHLT 289H (fall) and PHLT 489H (spring)
When completing your housing application, preference the LLP and be sure to specify the suite style (4/4, 2/1. etc.) of apartment in the preferences when prompted.
My learning community experience with Dr. Curtis was the most formative aspect of my freshman year at Texas A&M. The tools I gained from that experience helped me successfully navigate through Texas A&M for my entire undergraduate career
Affiliated Faculty and Staff Contact Information
|Dr. Don Curtis||Program Director||School of Public Healthfirstname.lastname@example.org||979.436.9403|