Honors Residence Hall
THE HONORS PROGRAM LIVING-LEARNING COMMUNITY (LLC)
BRINGS TOGETHER THE HONORS ACADEMIC AND RESIDENTIAL EXPERIENCES.
The Honors Program offers incoming students the opportunity to live in suites designated exclusively for the Honors Program in
Harley Hall. Students take classes together, live on the Honors floor in the residence hall, and participate in meaningful extracurricular programs. Honors LLC students build strong relationships with their Honors peers as well as with Honors faculty and staff. Participating in the Honors LLC helps students maximize their undergraduate experience and achieve their personal, academic, and professional goals.
One student described the best aspect of the Honors LLC as “being a part of a close-knit community of students where you feel at home and your neighbors become more like family.”
STUDENTS IN THE HONORS LLC:
- Live in suite-style Harley Hall, which also
houses the Honors Program offices, classroom, and study lounge reserved
specifically for LLC use.
- Gain an instant
network of friends and mentors with upper-class students, staff, and faculty.
- Have a Resident
Assistant (RA) who is an Honors student.
- Access enhanced academic and scholarship
advising and priority course registration.
- Participate in a diverse array of Honors events,
including field trips to New York and Washington, D.C., Pizza with a Prof,
hiking trips, service projects, and more.
- Experience simplified housing selection and have
the option to select their roommates.
- Enjoy a smoother transition to college.
“In the Honors LLC, I have met many students whom I look up to as mentors and role models. Living with such successful and inspiring people has pushed me to be the best student I can be.” ~Jordan Back
|Honors students Jordan Back and Shannon Long on the annual New York City field trip on September 17th, 2016.|
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“I chose to return to the Honors LLC for my third year because I love the atmosphere. Honors LLC students are all really supportive of each other, the floor is clean and conducive for studying, and the residence hall is centrally located on campus.” ~Megan Lawrence
Megan Lawrence (right) with fellow Honors student Elizabeth Karper
(left) and Shippensburg University's Provost Dr. Barbara Lyman at the 2016 PASSHE Honors Student
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“I think it is important for students within the Honors Program to get to know one another, and I think the Honors LLC is the best way to do that. It is a quiet, safe, convenient environment, and it is one of the most welcoming halls on campus.” ~Nick Bigham
Nick Bigham (right) with his freshman mentee at the 2016 Honors Freshman Orientation.
If you would like to arrange a tour of the Honors residence hall or schedule an overnight visit, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.