University Honors-Living Learning Community

The Honors LLC helps students maintain a sense of community and enhance personal learning skills where they live while also engaging their minds in honors courses that are conscientiously designed to augment critical thinking skills.


Quick Facts

Location: M Street 4th floor (only incoming freshmen)
Major: Only students admitted into the Honors College
Courses: Assigned by University Honors
Current Availability: Must seek acceptance through Honors College process. All honors students must correspond with the Director of University Honors FIRST to confirm room selection options
Advisor(s): Dr. Georgeanna Wright


 What to Expect
  • Special events
  • Peer tutoring
  • Study space
  • Access to advanced technology
  • Community building


did you know?

HONR 1003 (fall), HIST 1543 (fall), and ENGL 2183 (spring) are some of the required courses in the University Honors curriculum. However, this living learning community provides students with the unique opportunity to engage in learning inside and outside of the classroom with students who have common interest. There are a total of 21 hours required for students in the program, plus mentoring teams, a community service requirement, and a Senior Honors Project. 

Honors LLC


Dr. Georgeanna Wright
Director, University Honors

Phone: 479-968-0443