The Engineering Living-Learning Community is an excellent program for those pursuing an Engineering major and for those who might consider it in the future. Students participating in the program will build a community of peers and future colleagues, develop leadership skills, explore the fields of engineering, and connect with faculty and staff. Students who participate in this program will have the opportunity to participate in a range of programs, activities, and events related to the theme of engineering.
Examples of Past Programs
- Egg Drop Competitio
- The American Society of Civil Engineers Presentation
- Tour of the Fabrication Lab on Campus
- Engineering Majors, Careers, and Internship Opportunities Presentation
- Tour of the Steam Plant on Campus
"The Engineering Living-Learning Community is great for incoming freshmen engineers because we establish friendships with people that take the same classes throughout the year. We do homework for the classes we share in the lounge which creates a positive learning environment in which peers assist peers in understanding the curriculum we are challenged with. It has impacted my academic experience well."
"Living in a living- learning community has really helped to improve my sense of what to expect for engineering studies, and has provided support for me whenever I've needed it."
"The Engineering program is awesome! There are a lot of students taking the same classes as me and the help is great. There is a great feel to the environment. I would choose to live in the Engineering Living- Learning Community again any day."