There are several housing options for students participating in the Honors College including the Honors Living Learning Community, a dedicated floor at The Oaks for first-year students who are also members of the Honors College. Space is limited for the Honors Living Learning Community and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. More information, including instructions on how to apply for housing, and how to enroll in a living-learning community, can be found at UWG Housing and Residence Life.
Honors Living Learning Community
The Honors Living-Learning Community (LLC) is a dedicated floor for first-year students who are also members of the Honors College. Students will participate in programs that focus on increasing academic achievement, building community, and developing a sense of service.
Benefits of the Honors Living Learning Community Program Include:
- Living with other motivated Honors students in a close knit community that is diverse and respectful.
- Special programming including but not limited to, guest speakers, academic and social programs, service projects, and cultural events.
- Additional access to academic resources such as advising, Honors College faculty, classroom space, and mentors.