office of residential life
Each year, 140 students are admitted into the Arts & Sciences honors program as part of the top 5% of the incoming freshman class. These students, along with honors students have the opportunity to live together in a close-knit residence hall community. Students in the honors program not only benefit from the stimulating intellectual and philosophical discussion that arises as a result of the diversity of its residents, but also from the close relations fostered between students, faculty and administration through academic and social programming.
"Honors Housing is a great way to form a fairly substantial initial community of friends and acquaintances. Living with people that share classes as well as the more general Honors experience enhances many of its positive aspects. It's definitely a good way to get to know people and feel more secure and in-tune with the program."
Brendan Kracke, CSOM 2010