Join a community of scholars for intellectual pursuits both in and out of the classroom! The Honors Living-Learning Community (LLC) is a dedicated floor for first-year students who are also members of the Honors College. Students will participate in programs that focus on increasing academic achievement, building community, and developing a sense of service.
Benefits of the Honors LLC Program Include:
- Living with other motivated Honors students in a close knit community that is diverse and respectful.
- Special programming including but not limited to, guest speakers, academic and social programs, service projects, and cultural events.
- Additional access to academic resources such as advising, Honors College faculty, classroom space, and mentors.
Where is the community located?
The Oaks (2300 floor). There are 35 spaces allotted for this community. This is the top floor, so there will be no noisy neighbors overhead!
Can I live in this LLC with someone who is not participating in the program?
Sorry, but no. All students living in the rooms designated for the Honors living-learning community must be members of the Honors College.
To whom is the community open?
The Honors LLC is open to first-year students who are admitted to the Honors College. Prospective Honors students must fill out the New Freshman Application, and must meet two of the following five minimum academic requirements for admission to the Honors College:
- 3.5 High School GPA
- 1750 SAT Composite Or 26 ACT Composite
- 650 SAT Critical Reading Or 28 ACT English
- 650 SAT Math Or 28 ACT Math
- 600 SAT Writing Or 26 ACT Writing
What are the Requirements to Participate in the Honors LLC?
To foster student success in the Honors LLC, members are expected to actively participate in the Honors-LLC programs and events throughout the year.
Honors LLC students will be enrolled in common sections of an Honors interdisciplinary studies course that meets core curriculum requirements.
Is there a fee for the community?
Yes, Honors LLC members are required to pay a $20 special interest housing fee each semester to fund specialized community programming.