Loyola University Chicago

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Wellness LC

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"Being in a Learning Community has helped me make TONS of new friends and has made class a lot less daunting. Having classes with your neighbors not only strengthens friendships, but also allows for group study and higher scores." —Anukool, Wellness LC

The Wellness Learning Community offers students the opportunity to engage in the Jesuit tradition of Cura Personalis (care for the whole person). Build community with others based on your shared interest in the dynamic process of becoming aware of, taking responsibility for, and making choices that contribute to your personal well-being and the well-being of communities in which you participate. Through the Wellness LC, you will develop an understanding for the integration of mind, body, and spirit through exploration of cultural, emotional, environmental, intellectual, physical, social, spiritual, and vocational wellness.
 
Activities and Programs
Explore Take a wellness tour of Chicago, visit YOU! The Experience exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry, and more.
Engage Participate in the AIDS Walk/Run, discover fitness opportunities in the Halas Recreation Center, and take part in promoting health initiatives with the Wellness Center.
Required Courses Fall 2016 (UNIV101 + SOCL101/UCWR110)
UNIV101
First Year Seminar - Section 71 - Class 2781
Thursday 8:30AM-9:20AM (Ms. Brianne Lauka)
or
First Year Seminar - Section 111 - Class 3705
Friday 2:45PM-3:45PM (Ms. Brianne Lauka)
or
First Year Seminar - Section 108 - Class 4984
Friday 1:40PM-2:30PM (Ms. Brianne Lauka)
and
SOCL101
or
UCWR110
SOCL101 Society in a Global Age - Section 5 - Class 5480
T/TH 11:30AM-12:45PM (Dr. Dana Garbarski)
or
UCWR110 Writing Responsibly - Section 10 - Class 1950
MWF 9:20AM-10:10AM (Ms. Laura Goldstein)

Course Descriptions

SOCL101 is a foundational course in the social science core, explores how we understand humans in their social and global world.  As part of the Wellness Learning Community, there is an extra focus throughout the semester (especially in final 1/3 of the semester) on issues of health, medicine and global society. Dr. Garbarski researches health disparities in the United States. Core Social and Cultural Knowledge Tier I
 
UCWR110 instructs students in the conventions of academic writing. Students will develop flexible strategies for generating, revising, editing their writing and will receive instruction in how to write clear, error free prose. This section will focus on how critical thinking can enhance our own sense of a healthy and fulfilled self as well as our capacity to accept and support others. Core Writing Seminar