The Honors Program and the Office of Residential Life partner in the Honors Residential Housing Program located in Oak Hall.
Honors Residential Housing offers honors students the opportunity to create a special learning community where fellow residents share educational values and enrichment.
Students who live in Honors Residential Housing can easily participate in the Honors Program activities that are offered in Oak, and they find it convenient to establish study groups, interest groups, and social activities with their fellow honors students. HOPR 1190 will be held in the Oak Classroom for Fall 2020!
Honors Residential Housing is open to entering students and returning students alike.
The Laurel House is an exciting and unique opportunity for four sophomores, juniors, or seniors (through a competitive application process) from the Honors Program to live in a home environment with a programmatic connection. The public living spaces (kitchen, living room, and study room) may be used by the Honors Council, faculty, and students to hold receptions, discussions and food and conversation sessions in an informal setting. Activities are coordinated between Laurel House residents and the Honors Council.