About Us

This blog offers a glimpse into the experiences of current students in Lehigh University’s Bioengineering program. For more information on the requirements of the Bioengineering major visit the program website or the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering page.

Emily ’16

If you’re wondering what it’s like to be a first year bioengineering student here at Lehigh University, then you’ve probably come to the right blog.

I’m here to tell you all about what it’s like to transition from a small, coastal New Jersey suburb to the mountainous Lehigh campus here in Bethlehem, PA. You’ll hear about what it’s like living in a dorm and away from home for the first time, what some of my classes are like, what my extracurricular activities are, what I do in my free time, and any other shenanigans I find myself a part of.

Maybe I’ll make you laugh, maybe I’ll make you think, but mostly I’m here to show you my first-hand experience of what the first year of college is like for an engineer here at Lehigh. I’m sure that my story is going to be far different from many of the other engineers and students here but that’s what’s going to make reading about my life interesting, right? So that way if you’re a potential Lehigh applicant, a possible engineer, or just someone creeping around for some cool college stories, you won’t get too bored by what I have to show you here.

Explore these other blogs by our Lehigh Engineering students:

First-Year Engineering Blog: http://luengineer.wordpress.com
Chemical Engineering: http://lehighcheme.wordpress.com/
Civil Engineering: http://lehighcee1.wordpress.com/
Industrial & Systems Engineering : http://lehighise.wordpress.com/
The #LehighIDEAS Blog http://lehighintegratede.wordpress.com/
Electrical and Computer Engineering: http://lehigheecs.wordpress.com/
International Engineers:http://lehighintlengineers.wordpress.com/
Materials Science: http://lehighmatsci.wordpress.com/
Mechanical Engineering: http://lehighmeche.wordpress.com/

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