The STEM House is a community designed for students interested in a living experience that includes co-curricular programming and learning about the fields of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Mathematics). This community is great for intended STEM-related majors and also for those not majoring in STEM who would like to continue their learning on these topics. Community comprises four wings located in Tingelstad Hall.
The first-year students assigned to the STEM House will be linked to a First Year Experience Program (FYEP) Writing 101 courses on a science topic. During New Student Registration (in June), all first-year residents and commuter students who have opted into this experience will sign up for one of these linked FYEP Writing 101 sections. Co-enrollment in linked FYEP Writing 101 courses is available for Fall semester only. First-year students will also co-enroll in an introductory class in the Division of Natural Sciences. Continuing
residents do not have a linked course requirement.