Medical Interest Group

The Medical Interest Group Living-Learning Community (LLC) is located in Steuben Hall and is open to students of all years and majors. There are many ways to prepare and enter the fields of medicine or health, and this LLC helps students find support in courses they are taking while connecting them with resources and opportunities outside the classroom to explore their interests.

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Quick Facts

  • Residential Fellows include faculty members in Biology and Chemistry, staff from the University Police Department, students from Geneseo First Response, and community members and alumni who work as nurses, chiropractors, physical therapists, and other medical professions.
  • Home to students of all years who have a variety of majors and co-curricular engagements
  • Special student staff position called the RAISE (Resident Assistant for International Student Engagement) who are trained to support international students
  • Every semester, Steuben hosts "Coffee with a Cop" to get to know the police officers in University Police.

What is a Living-Learning Community?

A Living-Learning Community (LLC) is a group of students who choose to live together in a Residence Hall to explore a common interest. Each LLC has a shared academic component (e.g., a course, faculty-led workshops, a service trip) and is strengthened by co-curricular experiences that align with the community's interests and goals.

Additional Information

The Medical Interest Group, located in Steuben Hall, is an educational and social opportunity for students to engage in their interests beyond the classroom. We have a lot of students on campus who are interested in the medical fields. This housing group is designed to help support students as they pursue their varied interests in the health fields. This is a collaboration with academic departments (Biology, Chemistry, Psychology), other campus departments (University Police, Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation), Student Clubs and Organizations (Geneseo First Response, Phi Delta Epsilon), and off campus partners (University of Rochester, Geneseo Chiropractic) to help students find their passions and successfully navigate Geneseo’s curriculum to reach their academic and professional goals.

Learning Outcomes

Students living in the Medical Interest Group will engage with professors, medical professionals, peers, and career counselors to continue making steps toward their professional and academic goals.

MIG Values

Compassion | Trustworthiness | Service | Excellence

How to Apply

All housing placements are based upon application review. Applicants must have submitted complete answers to all questions in the application to be considered for placement. Only those who submit an application by the housing deadlines listed on the housing selection website may be considered for placement. You can find more information on the housing process at housing for incoming students.

For any questions or concerns, contact the Department of Student Life (life@geneseo.edu or 585-245-5851) or the Assistant Director for Educational Initiatives, Dr. Meg Reitz, (reitzm@geneseo.edu or 585-245-6363)

Are you a faculty or staff member interested in getting involved?

Visit our Residential Fellows webpage for more information or fill out the general interest form or contact Dr. Meg Reitz directly at x6363 or reitzm@geneseo.edu