The College of Engineering and Applied Science construction of the Alumni Engineering Learning Center on the eighth floor of Rhodes Hall is now complete. The Learning Center has quickly become the academic home of Department of Engineering Education and their first year students in the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
Typically, student take required courses outside the College and, as a result, are frequently not engaged in the day-to-day operations of the College. Now, students are returning back to this floor to study with their classmates or finding it as a place to relax before their next class. The Learning Center accommodates 175 students and feature state-of-the-art wired classrooms, open study areas, mobile tables and chairs that can be arranged in various configurations, white boards, and an inviting social area as well as faculty offices.