Residents in Science and Engineering (RiSE) Living-Learning Community is a unique residential community designed for freshmen in the College of Engineering and Science. The aim of this program is to ease student’s transition to college by supporting academic success, facilitating professional development, and encouraging student engagement.
RiSE incorporates a number of features seen in other living-learning communities including academic support through tutoring services, clustered courses, and increased opportunities for social interaction. Some of the unique features of this community include the involvement of a Faculty Director and the support of the College of Engineering and Science Academic Advising Center also housed in Lever Hall.
All College of Engineering & Science freshmen are invited to apply for the RiSE Living-Learning Community. There is a one-time program fee of $500 required for participation in this program. Click here for more information on how to apply.
For more detailed information on programs and benefits of living in the RiSE community please review in the links in the left hand side bar.
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