Coming in 2023

The engineering residential community will be a holistic residential academic experience for all of our first-year students, in partnership with Student Affairs and other campus partners.

This model is designed to build a strong engineering community that supports student success and retention through graduation, and creates the opportunity for the 38% of CEAS students not currently participating in a residential program to benefit from the proven support of the experience. 

Led by Acting Dean Keith Molenaar and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Akirah Bradley-Armstrong, the college is collaborating with university leadership and Student Affairs to evaluate how we can integrate resources that touch upon the student experience to best support the specific academic, social, career, mental health and wellness needs of engineering students.