The Lee College of Engineering Learning Community (FLC) offers students the support of a tight-knit group who share common interests and goals. The challenges of engineering studies are many, and students studying and living together have a significantly better rate of success.
The engineering FLC is a residential living program open to all traditional freshmen accepted into the Lee College of Engineering. Students accepted to the FLC live in Hawthorn Hall for two semesters (fall and spring).
The FLC offers suite living in Hawthorn Hall. Each four-person suite has two bedrooms, a bathroom and living room. The basement has a laundry room, game room/TV area and a full-size classroom.
The FLC supports students' success by offering programming targeted to three key areas:
- Learning about the profession
- Learning the skills it takes to be a successful CoE student
- Building a sense of community
Visit the Freshman Learning Community page on the the Office of Student Development and Success website.