Engineering Residential Learning Community

Our community is designed to help students succeed with all aspects of student life. We provide academic advising and tutoring, help with technology and room requests, and we’re ready to help answer whatever questions you have. 

Residence Halls

Academic Village

Front Desk: 970-491-5807
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Aspen Hall

Front Desk: 970-491-6518
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Edwards Hall

Front Desk: 970-491-5854
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Engineering-specific COVID‑19 updates for ERLC

Please note: For the latest status updates on CSU housing, please visit housing.colostate.edu/covid-19

We're here to answer your questions!

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak our offices in the Engineering Success Center are not open, but we are available virtually to answer questions. Please do not hesitate to contact us, we are here to help in this difficult time.

Download current information on Move-In (PDF)

As part of our ongoing response to COVID-19, university operations, including housing and dining, will follow public health guidance from Colorado and Larimer County and evolve as those recommendations change. We recognize that this fall will be different than previous years and will continue to update our website, housing.colostate.edu, as these important details are finalized.

Message from Engineering RLC staff, July 2020

Dear Engineering Residential Learning Community (ERLC) Students,

We are very excited to welcome you to campus this August and to have you join our community! We have been working hard to make necessary adjustments to your Learning Community experience in order to meet the guidelines put forth by health officials and the university. 

With every announcement made related to adjustments for Fall 2020, we want you to know that the Engineering RLC is committed to fostering a great experience for our students. To preserve this experience, the Engineering RLC has committed to making a few modifications for the fall, and we want you to know what you can expect from your learning community experience.  Following physical distancing guidelines, we are planning modified versions of our past community experiences and services including, but not limited to:

  • Engineering tutoring options – virtual options will exist, as well as small group face-to-face options pending group options are allowed by health & safety officials;
  • Creation of an ERLC Community “Shell” in Canvas – this will be a virtual, one-stop-shop for you to connect with your fellow ERLC peers, find information about upcoming events, and share your ideas for future programs and events;
  • Connection with Engineering Peer Mentors, Graduate Academic Coaches (GACs) and ERLC Faculty-in-Residence – while face-to-face interactions may still be limited, our ERLC team will still be available to you virtually to share their advice and expertise in how to navigate life as an Engineering student, how to connect with additional resources you may need to be successful, as well as just chat about your career interests and Engineering passions;
  • Opportunities to get involved and learn more about different areas of Engineering – we will continue to look for ways to connect with ERLC students and to connect ERLC students to each other through various virtual events and programs, as well as connect with you to hear your ideas about activities and events of interest to YOU!

One modification to the Engineering RLC experience relates to designated housing that may have been previously communicated through the RLC application process. University Housing is following the direction of the university and local health officials to determine the best way to move forward with assignments.  Normally, Engineering RLC students are required to live in designated floors within either Academic Village (AV) – Engineering Hall or Edwards Hall; however, at this point, the Engineering RLC is suspending that requirement in an effort to support University Housing’s current assignment process modification that was recently communicated to all incoming students. 

Please understand that there is no guarantee that Engineering RLC students will be assigned to AV-Engineering or Edwards Hall given the direction University Housing must take in keeping student’s health and safety a priority. Regardless of where a student is assigned within housing, they will still be able to participate in the Engineering RLC, and we will work closely with our University Housing partners in supporting the residential experience of students within their assigned hall.  While things may look different in the fall, the Engineering RLC, in partnership with other residential learning communities and University Housing, is committed to providing experiential components that will positively contribute to your CSU experience.

Staff & Mentors

Graduate Academic Coaches

The Graduate Academic Coaches are here to support students, including one-on-one meetings. For questions or to set up an appointment, email Engr-GAC@colostate.edu

Engineering RLC Peer Mentors

Peer Mentors are upperclass engineering students that live in the Engineering Residential Learning Community. They connect students with resources, host programs, and provide encouragement and advice for first year students.

Tutors

Tutoring is offered in Academic Village Sunday-Thursday nights. Tutoring in math, physics, and chemistry is available, with major-specific help on designated nights.

Academic Advising

Academic Tutoring Hours

The Academic Tutoring Schedule for Fall 2020 will be available in August.

Tutoring is typically available Sunday–Thursday on various topics.

To access tutoring services previously held in Academic Village, please send an email to AV-Tutors@colostate.edu with the following information to request participation during one of the regularly scheduled tutoring nights.

  • Student First and Last Name
  • Student Major
  • Student CSU ID
  • Which course subject you need assistance with (i.e. MAT 160, PH 141, etc.)
  • Which topic area within that subject you have questions about
  • Date of tutoring you’d like to attend (i.e. Sunday night 7-10 p.m.)
  • If not available for evening tutoring, other days/times of the week you’re available

Our tutoring is online now! Academic Tutoring Hours during the COVID-19 outbreak:
Sunday–Thursday, 7–10 p.m. MST

  • Physics, math, and chemistry tutored all nights
  • Sunday: CBE 101/160; LIFE 102
  • Monday: CIVE 102/260/261; CIVE 360
  • Tuesday: BIOM 100/200; BMS 300, BZ 220 LIFE 102/210
  • Wednesday: ECE 102/103; CS 163/164
  • Thursday: MECH 103-342; CIVE 260/261/360

Academic Village Room 141
Sunday–Thursday, 7–10 p.m.

  • Physics, math, and chemistry tutored all nights
  • Sunday: CBE 101/160; LIFE 102
  • Monday: CIVE 102/260/261; CIVE 360
  • Tuesday: BIOM 100/200; BMS 300, BZ 220 LIFE 102/210
  • Wednesday: ECE 102/103; CS 163/164
  • Thursday: MECH 103-342; CIVE 260/261/360

Drop-in Advising Hours

Updated during the COVID-19 outbreak:

  • Every Thursday from 1–3 p.m., during the fall semester
  • E-mail Allis Werkmeister for more information, or to set up a phone or video chat.
  • Every Wednesday from 1–3 p.m., during the spring semester
  • Engineering Success Center, Scott Bioengineering Building
  • Information:

Services

ETS Help Desk Hours

Due to availability and health guidelines during the pandemic, ETS Help Desk options may be different than listed below. For best support options, please use the ETS online help desk form first.

Computing Support:

Academic Village ENS Help Desk

  • AVB C142, next to the Orion Design Studios
  • The Help Desk’s staffing schedule is posted at the desk.
  • Semester breaks (spring, summer, fall, winter): Closed

Main Help Desk

  • Glover 100
  • Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Semester breaks (spring, fall, winter): 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Summer hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Foothills Campus Help Desk (Atmospheric Science 107)

  • Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed for lunch.
  • Semester breaks (spring, fall, winter): Closed.

Student Parking

CSU has permit options for students who live on campus or commute to campus daily, with a variety of parking options near the academic core.

Maintenance Requests/Residential Work Orders

Routine requests for maintenance in YOUR living space can be placed by filling out the online work order request

Regular business hours are Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. All requests received will be processed on the next REGULAR BUSINESS day.

Note: for emergency services, contact the person on duty for your residence hall or apartment area.

Housing Forms and Applications

Interested in applying for the Engineering RLC? Apply now!

Complete the general housing application on the CSU housing website

Students interested in applying for the Engineering Residential Learning Community must also complete the RLC supplemental application

Questions?

E-mail shannon.wagner@colostate.edu