The Engineering Residential College (ERC) Living Learning Program (LLP) offers a unique opportunity to College of Engineering students who are passionate about pursuing a career in engineering or computer science to live together in a common, goal-focused community. This residential experience complements classroom expectations by integrating students into the engineering community with programs centered on professional development and enhancement. In addition, the ERC provides students with opportunities to interact with College of Engineering deans and faculty, alumni representatives from the industry and advisors. Hand-selected peer mentors help students meet the academic expectations of the engineering program and excel in academic excellence. Finally, ERC students will have the opportunity to participate in hands-on engineering classes with other engineering students in a state-of-the-art classroom located within the ERC on the first floor of Woodland Glen III.
Woodland Glen II is located near the William T. Young Library, The 90 – our popular campus dining facility, the Jacobs Science Building and the Johnson Recreation Center. These halls also are just a short walk to Kroger Field. Learn more about the residence hall here.