Honors Academic Residential Community
More about the Honors Academic Residential Community
The Honors House contains current members of the Honors Program on the first and second floors of New Hall next to Kerr Stadium. It provides a unique academic community for students of the Honors Program to live, study, and relax with like-minded peers. New Hall also houses the Honors lounge, kitchen, and classroom. All Honors students have the opportunity to live on the Honors floors as space permits. New Hall is pod-style living. Each pod has a mix of single and double rooms centered around a common living and kitchen area. Students have access to a flat screen TV and a refrigerator as well as a study room.
The Honors House is a unique living experience. Residents of the Honors floors agree to a more academic community than is present in other residence halls on campus. This does not mean that Honors students don't have some fun, too! You can often find Honors students socializing in the common room, studying together in the study space, or hanging out on the hall. It does mean that residents of the Honors Program Academic Residential Community agree to a higher degree of respect for their neighbors and their living space.
Dr. Chad Morris, Director of Honors Program