The Engineering Living Learning Program (ELLP) is a unique opportunity for College of Engineering students who are passionate about pursuing a career in engineering or computer sciences to live together in a common goal focused community. This residential experience complements the classroom expectations by integrating students into the Engineering Community with programs centered on professional development and enhancement. In addition, the ELLP provides students with opportunities to interact with College of Engineering Deans and Faculty, alumni representatives from several different industry, corporate partners, Engineering specific Student Organizations, advisors, and hand-selected peer mentors. These Peer Mentors help students excel in their academic endeavors while also helping them develop the skills necessary to shine both inside and outside of the classroom. Finally, ELLP students will have the opportunity to participate in hands-on engineering classes with other engineering students in a state-of-the-art classroom located right in the ELLP on the first floor of Woodland Glen III.To learn more about this amazing community of learning and how you can be invited to be part of the Engineering Living Learning Program just click here.
The Engineering LLP is looking for students who are pursuing a major within the College of Engineering. Majors include:
- Biosystems Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Materials Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mining Engineering
Educational Priority and Learning Outcomes
By living in the Engineering Living Learning Program, students will advance their preparation towards greater success in the rigorous engineering curriculum.
Successful Transition: is assisting students in their transition from high school into college
Meaningful Connections: is establishing opportunities for students to engage with the lager engineering community
Skill Development: is necessary for students to become successful inside and outside of the classroom.
All students who are selected to participate in the Engineering LLP will reside in Woodland Glen III located in the South campus neighborhood.
The UK College of Engineering provides a Director of the Engineering LLP, who is available to help students on a regular basis. In addition to mentoring and guidance, the ELLP Director organizes various other activities listed below with the assistance of assigned peer mentors.
- Tutoring and academic review sessions will be available to Engineering LLP students in the Woodland Glen III (WG III) active learning centers and in the WG III large and small classrooms. The Engineering LLP Peer Mentors are available for assistance during these group led study sessions as well. Dates and times will be provided on the Engineering LLP via email
- Workshops on graduate school, Co-Ops, Internships, Resume Writing, Research, leadership and more
- "Engaging with Engineers," where College of Engineering faculty members, engineering alumni and industry leaders share their wisdom with the students of the Engineering LLP. These workshops are focused on helping students make connections that will help them as the start their Engineering Careers. Scheduled to help students have informal chats with an engineering professional from local industries discussion the future of the engineering/computer science profession.
- Faculty game and movie nights allowing students to engage and interact with faculty outside the normal classroom and academic environment.