Engineering Living Learning Community

Sponsored By: College of Engineering

The Engineering Living Learning Community is a student community formed around common engineering courses and experiences where students live, learn, and engage together.

Why Join?
• Tutoring in the residence halls
• Industry tours
• Lunches with faculty
• Build friendships
• Networking
• Social activities to help distress from school

Students must have declared a major within the College of Engineering. Limited to incoming first year students.

Learning Outcomes
• Build peer relationships with other students pursuing engineering degrees
• Build professional relationship with faculty and practicing engineers
• Increase awareness of engineering and the various disciplines and career options

Past Programs
• In-Hall Tutoring and Resume Workshop
• Exclusive VIP Tour of the new Experiential Engineering Building
• Capture the Flag and Happy Hour with Faculty

For More Information:
Engineering LLC Coordinator: Alicia Newell, (316) 978-5480,
Residence Life Coordinator: Becca Johnson, (316) 978-7749,

Peer Academic Leader (PAL) Profile

Jonas Zabriskie is the Peer Academic Leader (PAL) of the Engineering Living Learning Community. Jonas is a sophomore majoring in Aerospace Engineering and minoring in Mathematics. He is an Out-Of-State student from Minnesota and is really excited about this job! Jonas describes himself as an Youtube watching, Outgoing, Active and Musical type of person. Jonas really enjoys getting to know people and having stimulating conversations with new people, and possibly even learning something in the process. On campus Jonas belongs to the Engineering Ambassadors as the Secretary of the organization and AIAA (American Institute of Aviation Research). In the future Jonas would like to work for either Bombardier, Textron, SpaceX, or even NASA!