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The Honors Living Learning Community is for students enrolled in the Honors College
who are looking to enhance their honors experience with an academic focus and sense
The Honors Living Learning Community is offered in two traditional style residence hall locations. The Academic House offers two- and four-person bedrooms with community bathrooms and is conveniently located close to Sullivan Hall, home of the Honors College. MacKinnon is an exclusively honors student residence hall with traditional style double bedrooms that have been converted to single one-person rooms with community bathrooms. Click here to view a virtual tour room of Academic House and MacKinnon. To be a part of this community, you must complete the Honor Living Learning Community agreement within the Housing Portal application.
The Honors Living Learning Community provides Honors students with the opportunity to break down the barriers that can exist between the classroom and campus-life with increased interaction with faculty and honors staff in the residence hall. Additionally, community members are expected to attend at least six Honors brown bag presentations each year.
Students living in the Honors Living Learning Community develop an academic-centered community with floor programming and social events enhancing this focus. As a member of the Honors Living Learning Community, you will have the opportunity to live with students taking many of the same Honors classes and attending the same Honors functions.
There is a $50 per semester programming fee associated with this living learning community.