College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology (CAEST)
The College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology (CAEST) Living-Learning Community is housed in Dunbar Hall and is open to students who are majoring in Aeronautics.
Benefits of living in the CAEST Community:
- Room with or live in the same building as other students studying Aeronautics who understand the demands and rigor of the major
- Gain assistance with forming in-hall study groups for common courses
- Learn about clubs, organizations and other groups CAEST students commonly get involved in
- Experience targeted programs and activities geared toward Aeronautics students
- Have advising appointments in the residence hall
- Participate in group community service
- Attend workshops targeted on stress management, time management, academic success and work-life balance skills
Requirements for admission:
Incoming freshman enrolled in CAEST majoring in Aeronautics and have tested into MATH 11010 are eligible to live in this community.
How do I join?
To join the CAEST Aeronautics community, simply request to be placed in the College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology Community in the LLC section on your residence hall application and choose Dunbar Hall as your number one building choice. The Department of Residence Services will try its best to accommodate all room requests, but we cannot guarantee that your request will be filled.
To learn more about the College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology, click here:http://www.kent.edu/caest/index.cfm
Coordinator Contact Information:
You can e-mail Heather Ryan, an Academic Advisor for CAEST at email@example.com or 330-672-9861