College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) Living Learning Program (LLP)
About the LLP
Freshman students joining the College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology (CEAT) can take advantage of our dedicated Living Learning Program in Parker Hall. The recently renovated residence hall features traditional-style living with specialized services and programs, such as mentoring with upperclassmen (known as PEATEs), free onsite tutoring, and regular interaction with CEAT faculty and staff through socials and presentations.
- Living in a community of students focused on careers in Engineering, Architecture, and Technology
- Quiet study area - an extension of the CEAT Student Excellence Center with the necessary tools to help our students succeed (printers, 3D printers marker boards etc.)
- Community-style living with other CEAT freshmen to assist with making connections on campus
- Free onsite tutoring
- Career coaching
- Mentoring with CEAT upperclassmen, otherwise known as PEATEs
- Special programming including informal interactions with CEAT faculty and Engineering, Architecture and Technology professionals
- Industry tours and presentations
Requirements & Expectations
Pre-CEAT students in the community must have completed the CEAT Summer Bridge program. Residents are expected to maintain a minimum 2.8 semester GPA, attend at least five CEAT-sponsored programs per semester, maintain active status with at least one CEAT organization, and actively participate in academic support pairing within the LLP community.