School of Engineering


The facilities of the School of Engineering are second-to-none. Freshman through senior courses, as well as graduate courses, are taught on the Pew Campus. The 30,000 sq. ft. Keller Engineering Laboratories Building and our 55,000 sq. ft. John C. Kennedy Hall of Engineering is used to support instruction throughout the curriculum. Engineering students have access to this building 24 hours a day and seven days per week.

Courses for students completing their preparation for calculus are taught on the Allendale campus. Instructional space in Padnos Hall provides for an active learning environment.

Engineering students may choose to reside together in the engineering living center on the Allendale campus.




John C. Kennedy Hall of Engineering





Fred M. Keller Engineering Building




EMC Center


EMC facility at 609 Watson Street











Page last modified July 1, 2014