We are very excited to welcome you to campus this August and have been working hard to make necessary adjustments to your Learning Community experience in order to meet the guidelines put forth by health officials and the university. With every announcement made related to adjustments for Fall 2020, we want you to know that Learning Communities are committed to fostering a great experience for our students.
One modification to your Learning Community experience relates to designated housing that may have been previously communicated through the application process. University Housing is following the direction of the university and local health officials to determine the best way to move forward with assignments. Normally, Learning Community students are required to live in designated floors within specific residence halls; however, given the direction University Housing must take in keeping student’s health and safety a priority, we are unable to guarantee students will be assigned to a specific hall. Regardless of where a student is assigned within housing, they will still be able to participate in the Learning Community, and we will work closely with our University Housing partners in supporting the residential experience of students within their assigned hall. While things may look different in the fall, in partnership with other residential learning communities and University Housing, we are committed to providing experiential components that will positively contribute to your CSU experience.
Finally, more information from your Learning Community will be sent to students regarding any orientation dates and other requirements.
Please see the recent communication from Housing for information related to the assignments process. For latest information, you can also check: https://housing.colostate.edu/covid-19. If you have specific questions about your residence hall assignment you can also contact University Housing by email, email@example.com.
Please contact your Learning Community for more specific information.
We thank you for your cooperation and stay safe and enjoy the rest of the summer. We look forward to seeing you in August!
This residential community in Academic Village-Engineering Hall, Edwards Hall and Aspen Hall offers Engineering students an academically supportive and fun environment. Residents can take advantage of design studios, collaborative work rooms, and an electronic classroom. Residents can also take advantage of nightly tutoring (Sunday-Thursday), general advising support in the form of weekly advising drop-in hours in Academic Village-Engineering Hall, a live in “Faculty-in-Residence” and live-in Graduate Academic Coaches (GACs), as well as several Engineering Peer Mentors who are returning students living in the hall to support the students with their personal and professional development.
For more information, please visit https://www.engr.colostate.edu/current-students.
This learning community is primarily intended to serve Engineering majors.
There are three options available:
* The Engineering Residential Learning Community, for any student in the College of Engineering
* Women in Engineering – for students in the College of Engineering who identify as female on their housing application and would like to live in a hall with other women in the College of Engineering.
* Undeclared Exploring Engineering – limited space for Undeclared students
Fill out the application
Housing prices vary between residence halls. For specific housing cost information, please visit the Housing and Dining Services website at: https://housing.colostate.edu/
During the housing application process, you will be directed to fill out the application. It’s the same application linked above. You only need to fill it out once.