HONORS HOUSING COMMUNITY

About the Community

honors peer mentorsThe Honors Housing Community (HHC) is the cornerstone of the University Honors Program First Year Experience and provides a true living-learning community for Honors Students from all majors.

Students in University Honors Program help each other to grow personally, professionally, and academically. The program starts with highly motivated students living together in the honors halls. Then in weekly small “family” groups, led by their mentor, they support one another as they go through challenges of their first year. By the end of the year, students are able identify personal values, what they need to push themselves to towards excellence, and how it all fits together with their long-term goals.

Eligibility Requirements

To participate in the Honors Housing Community, students must:

  1. Apply for on-campus housing;
  2. Complete a University Honors application; and
  3. Choose Honors Housing Community as your first LLP preference.

Program Components

Our program consists of small, peer-mentored “family” groups, a one-hour weekly seminar, and a vibrant and supportive shared living experience.
Fall & Spring Semester: UGST 181

Articulate a goal for life after college and identify the courses, extra-curricular experiences, and leadership roles that will help you work toward that goal.

Buildings

Lechner Hall

McFadden Hall

Roommates

Honors Housing Community program administrators assign participants rooms. This assignment process intentionally clusters students by major and other criteria. This assignment process has been successfully utilized for over 30 years.

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Affiliated Faculty and Staff Contact Information

Name Title Department Email Phone
Dr. Jonathan Kotinek Associate Director LAUNCH jkotinek@tamu.edu  979.845.1957
Wallace Fanning Program Coordinator LAUNCH wallace_fanning@tamu.edu 979.845.1957