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.
To participate in the Broad Street Society, students must:
- Be admitted after a holistic review of their high school credentials to include coursework, class rank, ACT/SAT scores, and extracurricular activities.
- Major in Public Health.
During a specific period of time, students selected for this program will be able to choose a roommate(s) from other students selected for the same Living Learning Program. Students may post profiles within the myHousing Portal and view responses by other students to their roommate questionnaire (i.e., sleep schedule, noise, cleanliness, etc.). Following this specific time period, students will be assigned a room with their requested roommate within the block of rooms designated for the Living Learning Program.
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
|Name & Title||Department||Phone|
|Dr. Don Curtis
|School of Public Healthemail@example.com||979.436.9403|