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The Engineering Living-Learning Community, located in Hawley, Buxton and (beginning fall of 2019) Cauthorn halls, helps students become integrated into the OSU College of Engineering community, with programming centered on engineering concepts and activities. In addition, the community provides opportunities for interaction with College of Engineering faculty and advisors. These staff members can help students be successful and become engaged on campus, whether it is through one of the more than 50 COE clubs or in undergraduate research.
Living in the Engineering Living-Learning Community allows students to connect with others in the same engineering core courses and to take advantage of extra help through tutoring support services provided in your residence hall.
Benefits of the Engineering Living-Learning Community
Students in the Engineering Living-Learning Community have 24/7 access to the DAMlab, a lab stocked with tools for design and prototyping. The Makerspace, created in partnership with the College of Engineering and the College of Business, gives students the chance to get hands-on experience with 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC machines and more.