Welcome to Andrews!
Newly renovated 4 years ago, Andrews Hall is the University of Colorado’s first residential college. We are a community that supports each other, encourages each other and enjoys each other.
As a residential college, Andrews Hall invites its residents to live here all four years (over 60% of the students in 2012-13 are non-first year); a faculty member (Professor Scot Douglass), his wife (who also teaches at CU) and their two daughters (Hannah, 9, and Thali, 7) also live in Andrews Hall; the student
leadership, both Program leaders and RAs, are all Andrews students; Andrews courses are offered beyond the first year, including core math and engineering courses; teams of Andrews students work on design projects within Andrews; and multiple engineering research teams run by engineering faculty are housed in Andrews.
Far from being Nerdfest 2011, we are gourmet cooks (there is a public kitchen in
As Faculty Director of Andrews Hall, where I also live on second west, I encourage you to explore the website and see if this might be a place where you also could call home. If you already live here, thank you for making this a great place and I hope you find all sorts of useful information, connections and announcements.
Scot Douglass, Ph.D.
AHRC Director and Faculty-in-Residence
Andrews at a Glance