Who We Are
Located at East Hall, the Engineering Living Learning Community is a collaborative effort between the Department of Housing and Residence Education and the College of Engineering. The Resident Assistants in East plan and implement programs specifically geared toward engineering majors – both academic and social.
Identify resources for academic support, leadership/involvement in engineering, and undergraduate experience enhancement.
- The Engineering LLC builds an environment where students can come together to colloborate on engineering-related projects. During spring semester, residents can work together to participate in “Build It Wreck It” week.
One of our core goals is getting students involved with faculty in engineering fields and encourcaging student involvement in engineering student organizations.
Engineering LLC Resources
The Broward Teaching Center holds study sessions for courses including MAC 2311: Calculus 1, MAC 2312: Calculus 2, CHM 2045: General Chemistry 1, PHY 2048: Physics 1 with Calculus, PHY 2049: Physics 2 with Calculus.
The ground floor of East Hall includes a quiet study room with internet access and a meeting room for group study. There is also a new space known as the “Engineering Design Space” for student organizations and groups to host meetings and collaborate on projects located on the ground floor next to the laundry room.