Engineering LLC

The Engineering Living Learning Community is located on the second and third floors of Jones Hall (suite style, co-ed living by suite), across the street from the College of Engineering & Applied Science in Corley Hall. The Engineering LLC was created to bring electrical and mechanical engineering students together in a community for academic collaboration, support, and high-quality learning opportunities in conjunction with engineering faculty, peer mentors and Residence Life staff. All Resident Assistants (RAs) in the Engineering LLC are declared Engineering upperclassmen in various Engineering disciplines.

 

  •  What is the Engineering LLC?
    The Engineering LLC is a co-curricular program that combines residential living with faculty-sponsored educational activities for students seeking a degree in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.
  •  Where is the Engineering LLC located?
    The Engineering LLC is located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of Jones Hall (across from Corley Hall, which houses the College of Engineering & Applied Sciences).
  •  What are the benefits of living in the Engineering LLC?
    Students are provided a co-curricular experience within a residence hall to challenge, support, and continue educational learning outside of the classroom. Students have access to upperclassmen leaders, Resident Assistants (RAs) with Engineering declared majors, and outside the classroom faculty interaction, right where the students live. Jones Hall also features an Engineering lab on the 1st floor featuring computers preloaded with engineering software, a 3D printer, and other engineering equipment.
  •  Who is eligible to live in the Engineering LLC?
    Any student who has declared a major in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering.
  •  Can my roommate live with me?
    The Engineering LLC is reserved for students who have declared a major in Engineering. Engineering students may have a roommate who is not an Engineering major at the discretion of the Engineering faculty. Requests for access should be directed to Dr. Patricia Buford at pbuford@atu.edu.
  •  Is there an additional cost for participating?
     No. 
  •  How do I sign up?
    The earlier the better. Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis. There are limited spaces in every LLC. After you have completed your housing application, you will receive an email from the Office of Residence Life in the spring with instructions on how to select a room. Follow the prompts to complete your housing contract. When it is time to select a room, be sure to select a room on the 2nd or 3rd floor of Jones Hall. If you receive an error message, contact the Office of Residence Life at (479) 968-0376.
  •  What if I have already selected a room for the fall? Can I cancel that reservation?
    You may cancel your reservation once in the housing portal and select a new room in the LLC. If you have already cancelled your room once and are still interested, contact the Office of Residence Life at housing@atu.edu ask about moving over to the Engineering LLC. Again, space is limited and requests are handled by a first-come, first-served basis.
  •  All the Engineering LLC rooms are full. Can I still participate?
    Participation in the Engineering Living Learning Community programs and events put on by the Engineering department and LLC RAs are open to all students. Housing rules and policies are still in affect and will be enforced to guests. Please make the appropriate arrangements if you are attending an event in a building other than you own. If you are interested in living in the Engineering LLC, please contact the Residence Life Office at 479-968-0376 to be added to our wait list.