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Honors LLC

Honors LLCStudents accepted into the University Honors Program for Fall 2012 may join the exciting new Honors Learning Community on a first-come, first-served basis. Led by dynamic Honors RAs and Honors student mentors, this community will enable 60 first-year honor students (30 men and 30 women) to live, study, play and grow together with like-minded peers!

The community will be a center for the vibrant intellectual, cultural and social life of the university honors program. Classes, films, discussions and even parties will be hosted by the Honors Learning Community. Members will enroll in a minimum of 3 Honors course credits per semester and participate in the University Honors Program. Membership in the community is available to students in good Honors standing for a minimum of two years.

Program Location: Bridgman Hall

Program Pre-Requisites: Students must be accepted into the University Honors Program prior to application to the LLC. 

Program Requirements: Must enroll in Honors courses and maintain Honors status.

Brady Krein

Sarah RA Honors LLC
Nicole Honors LLC
Brady Krein
RA Bridgman 2nd 
Sarah Bretl
RA Bridgman 2nd West
Nicole Peters






What are you going to do in the LLC?


  • Family History Day
    Residents are shown how to access and then given time to find out.
  • Honors Chaos
    The residents went to Chaos Water Park to cool down amidst the rigorous work of the semester.
  • Ropes Course Day
    The LLC used the Eagle's View ropes course to demonstrate wellness of the physical.

What students are saying about the LLC...

"The programs, friendships, and memories created in this atmosphere will be some of the greatest highlights of your year!"

"The Honors Living and Learning Community provided me with a supportive, inviting, and fun atmosphere that helped ease the stress and tension of transitioning to college."

"I think that I could probably write an entire book about how much I've enjoyed my time in the Honors LLC! "

"I thought it was truly special how such a large group of students with differing backgrounds could come together and form such a close community."