engineering residential community
First-year students enrolled in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering programs have the opportunity to enrich their academic experience outside the classroom by being a part of the Engineering Residential Community. Students have access to Peer Mentors and Community Assistants, upper-division engineering students who live in the community as well. The Peer Mentors and Community Assistants serve as a resource to residents and assist in the planning of academic and social activities.
Members of the Engineering Residential Community:
- Build relationships with Engineering students, faculty and staff.
- Create a strong support system that serves students throughout their academic and professional careers.
- Connect with Engineering resources that aid in student success.
- Have fun through a variety of academic and social programs and opportunities.
The Engineering Residential Community hosts fun activities throughout the year. You can challenge your professors to a game of volleyball, dine at Engrained with faculty and upperclassmen, carve pumpkins and then make them explode using chemistry, learn about lasers and play laser tag with other engineers, tour ASU and industry facilities and much more!
Make sure to log on to My ASU and confirm your housing preferences.
On the University Housing website, you will find floor plans, a list of things to bring, parking information and much more.
If you have additional questions about living in the Engineering Residential Community, contact the Office of Academic and Student Affairs at 480-965-1726.