Engineering Village



Engineering Village

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 -- "The 'E' in Engineering is for Excitement!" 

Dr. Louis Martin Vega, Dean, College of Engineering, NC State


BENEFITS of living in the Engineering Village include

  • Full-time dedicated Engineering Village director with professional experience in engineering and a passion for students’ personal, academic and professional success;
  • Dedicated engineering student mentors to help with your student’s transition to NC State and the College of Engineering;
  • Student Success Suite for academic and career advising, studying and project development;
  • In-hall tutoring by upper-class Engineering Village student leaders in the following courses, key to entering a specific engineering degree program: MA 141(Calc I); MA241(Calc II); MA242(Calc III); CHEM101; Physics 205
  • Fun activities such as paintball, broomball, volleyball tournament, camping retreat and skiing
  • Sponsored dinners to foster relationships with peers and mentors;
  • Alternative Spring Break service trip to Nicaragua to work on water quality 
  • Skill-building Engineering design competitions;
  • Connections with world-renowned engineering firms including Eastman Chemical, Intel, IBM, Cisco, Duke Energy, GE Aviation, NetApp
  • Dedicated living space in Metcalf Hall

To Apply

  • Students apply through MyPack Portal.
  • The Engineering Village application is separate from the on-campus housing application. Students need to complete both applications.
  • Due to space limitations, First Year Engineering students are not guaranteed an assignment in the Engineering Village.

Village Requirements

  • Attend Engineering Village Fall Orientation and Kick-Off Activities
  • Participate in at least 12 Village-sponsored activities per semester
  • Maintain enrollment in First Year Engineering courses (E101 and E115)
  • Be a model Village and community citizen-resident in Metcalf Residence Hall
  • Abide by the Student Code of Conduct, University Housing Rules and Community Standards.
  • Remain in good academic standing.

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Contact Information

Chester Miller
Director, Engineering Village
Phone: (919) 515-1846

College of Engineering
Phone: (919) 515-3263

Brian Koehler
Director, International Engagement
College of Engineering