Get Involved While at Herff

Engineering Live and Learn Community

The Engineering LLC (ELLC) is a place where first and second-year students enrolled in the Herff College of Engineering live together in Centennial Hall Dormitory while participating in activities throughout the year. The activities include industry tours, Cookies and Calculus tutoring, and seminars with faculty about degree completion and research. Space is limited so there is a separate application. The deadline to apply for priority consideration in the ELLC is April 1, 2022. 

Click here to fill out the ELLC application online and program requirements >

Click here to learn more about Tiger Living Communities on campus >

Get Involved Across Campus

The creative drive that comes naturally to engineering students extends over into the rest of their college life. We see Herff students getting involved all over campus and throughout the city, in meaningful ways.

There are over 200 campus groups to consider, and you can even form your own unique group or event—like Up 'Til Dawn, an outreach event that was innovated right here by UofM students, but now spans the nation. Universities all across America work together on this Memphis-founded event to raise funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. There are tons of other groups waiting to have your creative brain on board, including intramural sports, service organizations, student government, arts and culture groups, Greek life, religious groups and so much more.

Click here to learn more about opportunities across campus>

The following opportunities are specific to engineering and will greatly enhance your experience at the UofM both academically and socially.

Get Involved in Engineering Student Organizations

National and On-Campus Links (if available)