Engineering LLC

Building the car or eating the car? Engineering LLC members used food items to build cars and showcase design skills during a competition.

As a member of the Engineering Living Learning Community (ELLC) you will have the unique opportunity to engage with peers and faculty members from the College of Engineering to help enhance your academic performance during your first year at the University of Arkansas.

Students in the ELLC are likely to get together often for studying, reviewing, and discussing course work in the residence hall.

The ELLC offers initiatives such as study sessions, informal interactions with faculty and staff, guest speakers on various engineering related topics, and much more.

It is located in Yocum Hall.

Benefits

  • Get to know faculty in a small setting.
  • Create connections right away with peers who share the same interests.
  • Become involved at the University of Arkansas.

Who should join?

  • You are a first-year student majoring in engineering.
  • You want to live and study alongside first-year engineering students.
  • You want to participate in extracurricular activities related to your major.
  • You want to explore your career choice with faculty, students and advisors.

Requirements

  • GNEG 111 Introduction to Engineering I
  • MATH 2554 Calculus I or MATH 1284 Precalculus
  • CHEM 1113 Chemistry for Engineers I or CHEM 1103 University Chemistry

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Contact Information

Contact Adrienne Gaines, associate director of Student Services for the Freshman Engineering Program for more information.

Staff

Adrienne Gaines
Associate Director of Student Services,
College of Engineering
gaines@uark.edu


Sofia Hadley
Peer Ambassador