Engineering at Aquinas College

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    Engineering: Facilities & Location

Engineering: Facilities & Location

student working with a machine

All general education and pre-engineering courses are taught on the Aquinas campus.  A natural habitat for deep thinking and discovery which has been called Michigan’s “most beautiful small college.” And it’s located right in the heart of Grand Rapids - America’s newest “it” city.  

Engineering courses are taught at classrooms and laboratories in Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo, taking advantage of one of the most professional learning environments in North America, built to help your transition from college to business or industry.  Use state-of-the-art specialized laboratories for your study in engineering, and expand your connections further with local businesses in West Michigan.   

  • Elson Floyd Hall, located at the Business Technology Research Park on WMU’s Parkview Campus, is a $100 million research facility with 75 labs available to our students. 
  • With 3,000 students, Floyd Hall provides a small-college feel while WMU provides the resources and experiences that come with a large university.