Honors Program

Research. Service. Leadership.
 

21 Beech is a vibrant, close-knit residential community where lasting friendships are formed. This residence hall is all Honors first-year students.

First-year Honors students can choose to live in a suite-style residence hall with other Honors students. Saylor Hall is a part of the Davidson Commons.

Honors upperclassman can continue to live together in the centrally-located, Carmel Living Learning Center.

Honors Living and Learning Communities

Honors offers vibrant residential experiences for first-year students and upperclassmen in three unique residence halls.

Academically Supportive Environment

Join a community of ambitious, intelligent, and passionate students. You will be able to live and work in a quiet environment where other students respect your goals and share your commitment to excellence.

Learning Outside the Classroom

Living together will encourage you to attend campus events and join student organizations with your Honors peers. You will enjoy the stimulating intellectual and social atmosphere of living with other engaged students and together take advantage of programming sponsored by the Honors Program, Honors Leadership Board, and Residence Life.

Feels Like Home!

Being a part of a supportive, close-knit environment with other dedicated Honors students helps you form friendships that last all four years and beyond.  Each residence hall is air-conditioned, carpeted and equipped with a kitchen and multiple student lounges.

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