Teaching, Research, and Living Facilities

The University Honors Program is fortunate to have available a state-of-the-art teaching and research facility located on the first floor of the Campus Life Building. The University Honors Center is the central hub of the program, with two seminar classrooms (one of which is fully integrated for the use of technology), a student computer lab, advising offices, a library, photocopy, printing and scanning equipment, as well as faculty and staff offices.  In addition, the University Honors Center houses a student art collection.

While several University Honors classes are taught in the Center, many classes are also taught across campus in the various colleges and other research and teaching facilities. The majority of University Honors faculty members maintain offices in their own departments, but many faculty hold office hours in the University Honors Center.

University Honors also has the Honors House, located in New Residence Hall—East Wing.  Please visit the Honors House page to learn more about how we use this living-learning facility to augment the University Honors program goals and provide our students with even greater advantages.

Last Update: 12-09-2013