The Reilly Douglass Engineering Living-Learning Community, as with other Rutgers living-learning communities (LLCs) in the liberal arts, sciences and several professional schools, provides a close-knit living environment with academic mentoring and group activities for students in a common field of study. The engineering LLC for women fortifies an engineering experience with a women’s college environment, highlighted by Douglass’s renowned women’s leadership and mentoring programs.
The Living-Learning Community is just one of many programs geared to women engineering students at Rutgers. Rutgers continues to recruit and retain an ever increasing number of women to its engineering program, is a national leader in awarding doctoral degrees to women, and includes many women among its faculty. The School of Engineering also includes a student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers and invites alumnae to return to campus for mentoring and leadership advisory boards.
Some of the programs for women engineers include:
The RU WELL program provides leadership development opportunities for female Engineering students. The students in the program attend seminars on leadership, share best practices from their experiences and have an opportunity for e-mentoring.
This student-run group, affiliated with Society of Women Engineers’ national organization, is open to undergraduate and graduate students in the Engineering program. The group organizes events and activities both on campus and in the community and provides an opportunity for engagement and professional development.
Phi Sigma Rho is a student-run sorority that is affiliated with the national Phi Sigma Rho sorority and offers opportunities for community service and campus involvement.
For more information on any of these programs, please contact Candiece White (email@example.com).