If you’re a recipient of the Kennecott Scholarship, a student in the College of Engineering, or a student in the College of Mines & Earth Sciences, the Kennecott House is an excellent Theme Community option for you. The Kennecott House is an environment that supports your engineering education in order for you to reach your full potential. Additionally, residents have shared experiences that support their knowledge and understanding of bio, chemical, civil and environmental, electrical and computer, materials sciences, mechanical, metallurgical, and mining engineering and atmospheric sciences, geology and geophysics.
|Who’s Eligible?||Kennecott Scholarship recipients and First-Year, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Students in the College of Engineering or the College of Mines & Earth Sciences|
|Living Learning Community or Theme Community?||Theme Community|
|Area on Campus:||Officers Circle 611|
|Who Selects Residents?||Kennecott Scholars interested in living in the house should contact Housing & Residential Education directly. Selection for the remaining Kennecott House spaces is completed by the College of Engineering|
|How to Apply?||Complete your Housing U Application|
|College of Engineering Contact:||Morgan Boyack
|Kennecott Scholarship Contact:||University Scholarships Office