Living Learning Community
As a member of this community 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 Engineering Living Learning Community (LLC) are likely to get together often for studying, reviewing, and discussing course work in the residence hall. The Engineering LLC offers initiatives such as study sessions, informal interaction with faculty and staff, guest speakers on various engineering related topics, and much more.
Choose this LLC if
- You are a first year student majoring in engineering
- You want to live in the same residence hall and form study groups with other first year engineering majors
- You want to participate in extracurricular activities that connect learning in and out of the classroom
- You want to experience early career exploration with faculty, students, and advisors
Classes you will take in the fall semester
As a member of the Engineering LLC you may be in the same sections of these courses as your fellow participants the LLC which will allow for study sessions and homework partners in your residence hall!
The Freshman Engineering Academic Program is a two-semester program designed on the basis of the common curriculum requirements of the nine, discipline-specific undergraduate programs.
LLC Students must be enrolled in the following classes during the fall semester:
- GNEG 1111 Introduction to Engineering I
- MATH 1284 Pre-Calculus or higher math class*
- CHEM 1103 University Chemistry
*In order to qualify for MATH 1284 Precalculus or higher students must meet at least one of the following requirements:
- An ACT Math score of 26 or higher or
- An SAT Math score of 600 or higher or
- College credit for MATH 1203 College Algebra or higher or
- Passed the PALG (pre-algebra) and MALG (master algebra) math placement exam with an 80% of better score
You can find information and directions for the Math Placement Test here: Math Placement Test
Benefits of participating in this LLC include getting to know faculty in a small setting, creating connections right away with peers who share the same major, and becoming involved at the University of Arkansas.
Okay I want in! How do I sign up?
Apply through ResNet on the University of Arkansas Housing website.