Living Learning Community- Wildwood Hall


Nursing Living Learning Community- Dare to be great!

What is a Living Learning Community?

Who is it for? 

What are the benefits?

The Nursing Learning Community (NLC) is designed to foster a community of freshmen interested in nursing. These students will work with their peers, nursing faculty, and the College of Nursing to learn skills necessary to become effective nursing students and build a solid foundation to successfully complete a nursing degree!

Any first-year student with a Fall-Spring housing contract may apply. Applicants declaring an intent to major in nursing (those classified as “Not Formally Admitted (NFA)-Nursing”) receive priority. Selection is competitive and based on brief responses to several prompts. For a head start on your NLC application, begin with these Application Instructions.

Connect with like-minded students and faculty support as soon as you step foot on FSU campus. Research has shown that Living Learning Communities show higher percentages of persistence and graduation rates compared to non-LLC peers.  NLC Info Sheet

Quick Info

 Location: Wildwood Hall

Theme: Exploring Nursing as a Profession

Number of Students: 30

Courses Taken Together: 2 credit Hrs

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Marsha Hartline

Features: Interactions with nursing faculty, nursing advisors, and upper division nursing majors. 


Click here to learn more and apply!