UMR students smiling in a hammock
(HLLC & ROC!)

Healthy Living Learning Community and Recovery on Campus

Live and learn with health sciences students who share your passion. 

A place to belong, a community to call your own.

The Healthy Living Learning Community (HLLC) enhances the success of UMR students seeking  healthy lifestyles through providing intentional community development, programming, accountability, belonging, and support. HLLC fosters an environment that encourages members to maintain and engage with all dimensions of well-being, leading to academic success, personal development and a sense of community.

The  aim of HLLC  is to support the success of UMR students seeking to maintain and model a healthy lifestyle who will infuse the healthcare field with their transformational living, civic engagement, and high-integrity leadership.

As a UMR HLLC resident, you will:

  • Discover your strengths, skills, academic success, and health care profession options in a supportive and accountable community focused on healthy living.
  • Demonstrate personal integrity as a future health care professional by participating in activities that support your well-being and health Actively participate in creating a positive living, learning community.
  • Contribute to campus or community life through civic engagement.
  • Thrive, as a student, and ultimately, a healthcare professional by living and learning with fellow students focused on health and wellbeing.

This Living Learning Community is open to new and returning students. If you want to be placed in the Healthy Living Learning Community, please indicate your interest on your admission application. If interest exceeds capacity, priority will be given to those who indicate interest first. Returning students can reach out to the HLLC Coordinator, Kris Barry kabarry@r.umn.edu 

** Please note that incoming HLLC students participate in a Bridge program that begins prior to New Raptor Ready Week in August.

Kris Barry

Director of Health and Wellness

kabarry@r.umn.edu

507-258-8671

The Recovery on Campus (ROC!) Community enhances the success of UMR students in recovery  from alcohol or drug addictions through intentional community development, accountability, belonging and support. Students who commit to this special program are passionate future health care professionals and leaders who seek to maintain sobriety in a  supportive, undergraduate learning environment.

The  aim of this ROC! Community is to support the success of UMR students in recovery who will infuse the healthcare field with their transformational living, civic engagement, and high-integrity leadership.

As a UMR ROC! resident, you will:

  • Discover your strengths, skills, academic success and health care profession options in a supportive and accountable community.
  • Demonstrate personal integrity as a future health care professional by participating in activities that support your wellness and health and wellbeing 
  • Participate in  community gatherings to develop relationships, study skills, self-management, time-management, and money management, and to discover your path to success as a health care student in recovery.
  • Contribute to campus or community life through civic engagement.

This Living Learning Community is open to new and returning students. If you want to be placed in the ROC! Living Learning Community, please indicate your interest on your admission application. If interest exceeds capacity, priority will be given to those who indicate interest first. Returning students can reach out to the ROC! Coordinator, Kris Barry kabarry@r.umn.edu 

** Please note that incoming ROC! students participate in a Bridge program that begins prior to New Raptor Ready Week in August.

Kris Barry

Director of Health and Wellness

kabarry@r.umn.edu

507-258-8671