Engineering Floor

The College of Engineering Living and Learning Community

Sage Point

This community offers residents the opportunity to live amongst other students in the College of Engineering who share academic and career goals.

First-year students in particular will appreciate the benefit of living in a community that fosters academic excellence within the rigorous engineering curriculum. Two upper-class student mentors will live on the floor with you, providing academic leadership and mentoring, as well as a connection to the College of Engineering Dean’s Office.

Study sessions and tutoring will help ensure your academic success, while interaction with engineering faculty, staff, and alumni will further your professional development. Preference in resident selection will be given to Engineering Scholars (past and present) and high-achieving first-year students.

The Floor

A total of 44 engineering students will be selected to live in the community in single, single-deluxe, double and double-deluxe suites. A large and well-equipped study room is available on the floor, providing an ideal setting for group study, teamwork, and collaboration.

View the floor plan of the Engineering Floor (PDF, via

Application Instructions:

  1. To apply for the Engineering Floor, go to
  2. In the application, select the Living and Learning housing option.
  3. In the “Living and Learning Floor” section, select the Engineering Floor as your #1 choice.
  4. The College of Engineering will receive your application to live in our living and learning community.


With questions about applying for and living in the Engineering Living and Learning Community, contact:

Amanda May

Amanda May

Diversity and Retention Coordinator

Office: 1603 WEB
Phone: (801) 581-8954