The Honors Program provides a living-learning community in the Living Learning Complex
that gives first-year and upper-class students the opportunity to take classes, participate
in social activities, and live with other academically talented students. In addition
to the numerous social programs offered in this community, students will benefit from
greater interaction with Honors faculty outside of the classroom and opportunities
to participate in special programs designed to enhance academic and personal success.
Programs and events include:
- The Honors Welcome Dinner: Held during the first week of classes to provide an opportunity
for students to meet and interact with Honors Program faculty and staff, as well as
other honors students.
- Honors Student Council-sponsored Events: The Honors Student Council and the Honors
Program provide many activities especially for Honors residents throughout the year.
Past activities have included bowling night, laser tag, movie nights, open-mic night,
intramural teams, and community service projects.
- Study Abroad and National Student Exchange Programs: The Study Abroad and National
Student Exchange Directors provide workshops to Honors residents about the many opportunities
available in terms of studying abroad or studying through exchange in the United States
- Pizza with the Profs: Pizza party with faculty to learn about opportunities to assist
in research projects.
The Community is open to students of all academic majors who have been admitted to
the Honors Program. For more information about the Honors Program, please contact
the Honors Program Office at (901) 678-2690.