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    Video Features the New Mechanical Engineering Wing

    The University of Scranton’s reconfiguration of Hyland Hall into state-of-the-art learning and laboratory space for its new Mechanical Engineering major was featured in this video by DiscoverNEPA.
    May 25, 2022

    The newly renovated, state-of-the-art laboratory and learning space for The University of Scranton’s Mechanical Engineering Program was featured in a video by DiscoverNEPA. The 5,300 square-foot wing of Hyland Hall incudes three laboratories, a workshop, a machine shop, and a 16-seat computer lab, as well as faculty offices and a student lounge area.

    The renovated facility allows mechanical engineering students to use the latest laboratory, simulation and modeling techniques in their coursework at Scranton. With small class sizes, the students get hands-on experience using several pieces of equipment in solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, control, dynamics and vibration labs.

    In 2021, the University received a $1.5 million Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) grant in support of its new mechanical engineering major, which includes the reconfiguration of instructional space in Hyland Hall.

    In addition to mechanical engineering, which the University began to offer in the fall of 2020, other majors offered by the University’s Physics and Engineering Department include computer engineering, electrical engineering, engineering management, biophysics and physics.

    For additional information, contact the University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 888-727-2686 or email

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