Jesup Scott Honors College
MacKinnon Hall 2000
Mail Stop 504
Welcome to the Academic Village!
As a member of The University of Toledo Honors College, you enter into a unique environment of community, diversity and engagement. The Academic Village offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities—both on and off campus—and provides all Honors students with the opportunity to participate in intellectual, cultural and social events.
As member of the Academic Village, you are an integral part of our Honors community!
Academic Village activities and events:
- Community service opportunities
- Field trips and cultural events
- Forums and talk led by faculty and community leaders
- Book club
- Movie Nights
- UT Model UN
- Social gatherings, musical evening and fun times!
Honors Living Learning Community (HLLC)
A great way to enhance your academic experience is to join the Honors Living Learning Community (HLLC). The HLLC is offered in three traditional and one suite style residence hall locations. MacKinnon, Scott and Tucker Halls are exclusively honors student residence halls built in a traditional style with air condition and community bathrooms.
To be a part of the Honors Living Learning Community, you must complete the Honor Living Learning Community agreement within the Housing Portal application.
In the HLLC, students travel through their first year experience as a team, sharing and learning with their peers.
Tutoring sessions, hall dinners, and group projects are just part of what you’ll experience as a resident of HLLC. Our cohort offers you special programs, talks and projects designed to add a layer of knowledge and fun to your academic journey.
The Honors College is committed to community, academic and social growth. The HLLC
provides a great platform for to fulfill these goals as both as individual and as
a member of our Academic Village.
In addition to the all-Honors Academic Village events, as a resident in the HLLC you’ll have:
- Close proximity to Honors classrooms and gatherings
- Participation in program planning and events
- Extended access to Sullivan Hall Lounge for study and discussion
- A proactive role in planning HLLC activities
- Opportunity to develop an academic-centered community where you live
There is a $50 per semester programming fee associated with Honors Living Learning Community.
For additional information email Page Armstrong at email@example.com
The University of Toledo provides Honors students the opportunity to choose from a variety of outstanding residence hall options. First choice of residence halls will be granted if the housing application has been postmarked by April 1.
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