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The Engineering Living Learning Community is designed for engineering students interested in creating a community of scholars and making a commitment to academic excellence.
The Engineering Living Learning Community is located in Academic House which offers residents an alcohol-free environment with two- and four-person bedrooms and community bathrooms. Academic House is an air-conditioned complex. View a room layout.
Academics are the focus of the Engineering Living Learning Community. Residents live with students who take the same classes. Upper-class peer mentors from the College of Engineering offer support to first-year residents. Programming is offered in conjunction with the College of Engineering and students have numerous opportunities to interact with faculty and staff inside the residence hall. Additionally, residents have advising hours and student support office hours on their floor.
Students living in the Engineering Living Learning Community develop an academic-centered community with community programming and social events enhancing this focus. As a member of the Community, you will have the opportunity to live with students taking many of the same engineering classes and attending the same college functions.
Download the Engineering Living Learning Community brochure for additional information.
Residents of the Engineering LLC are required to pay a $50 programming fee per semester.