The Global Engineering Residential Academic Program (RAP)
RAPs are elective programs in which students live together in a residence hall, share common academic interests, participate in specially tailored, small first-year classes, have unique access to faculty, and engage in co-curricular and social activities.
In the Global Engineering RAP you will:
- Live on the same floor of Williams Village North in a community of peers with whom you can explore, discuss and apply the concepts of Global Engineering.
- Learn about the growing field of Global Engineering & Resilience as a career path and as an area of personal development.
- Have direct interaction with faculty, staff, and graduate and undergraduate students who are engaging in Global Engineering & Resilience research, policy and practice, including small-group mentorship by a current graduate student.
- Have priority enrollment in Global Engineering sections of the First-Year Engineering Projects Course and the Fall First-Year Course, and unlock a fast track to the Global Engineering Minor.
- Build connections with international experts outside of CU Boulder, drawing on the experience of alumni, international research partners and organizations based in the greater Denver area.