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. 

Note: Information for academic advising and tutoring has moved to new pages above.

Residence Hall: Academic Village

We're ready to accept applications for new students! Visit our forms section below.

Canvas logo

Please look for your ERLC shell when you log into Canvas, for more information about upcoming events, activities and information on how to access resources within the ERLC.

Staff & Mentors

Faculty and Staff

Bonnie Roberts, Assistant Professor of Practice, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Assistant Professor of Practice,
Department of Mechanical Engineering
She enjoys being a part of undergraduate student education and helping students reach their full potential. Dr. Roberts lives in Academic Village (AV) – Engineering and hosts various events for the ERLC.
Chase Jackson, Academic Success Coordinator

Chase Jackson
Academic Success Coordinator

Engineering Success Center
Chase is a full-time staff member in the Engineering Success Center. He provides services catering to the academic success of all Engineering students. From hosting “Drop-In Hours” for any and all students’ questions, supervising student staff, and hosting “Free Cookie Friday’s,” Chase is available to help you with all your Engineering Success needs!


E-mail Chase here for answers to your questions.

Graduate Academic Coaches

The Graduate Academic Coaches are graduate students who live in Academic Village – Engineering and host programs, meet with students one-on-one, and provide support on how to succeed in engineering. They have all earned their Bachelor’s degrees in Engineering and are currently pursuing graduate degrees in Engineering.

Engineering RLC Peer Mentors

Engineering RLC Peer Mentors are your go-to support system! They are upper-level engineering students living in Academic Village – Engineering who will listen, give advice, and generally be there for you in your struggles and successes this year.


Our “in-house” tutors specialize in different types of engineering curriculum so that you can get the help you need in your engineering courses! Visit AV - C141 from 7-10 pm Sunday through Thursday for their 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