Living-Learning Community

It's more than just a residence hall.

Graduates of the Honors College all agree that choosing to live in Honors College housing is one of the best decisions you can make, especially as an incoming student!

Honors housing is located on floors one, two, and three of Joe E. Berry Residence Hall. Berry offers suite-style accommodations with a fully-furnished living area including a microwave and compact refrigerator. Be sure to visit Residence Life's website to see a floor plan and to take a virtual tour! You can also check out our photo album of current first-years student rooms in Berry.

Being a part of the Honors Living-Learning Community provides an organic way to connect with your Honors peers beyond the classroom. Inherently, the Honors LLC radiates a sense of community and support. You are surrounded by students who share your academic tenacity and level of ambition. Living in the same residence hall makes it easy to find friends to collaborate on projects, proof-read a paper, or simply watch a movie and relax. Additionally, a handful of Honors staff offices reside on the first floor of Berry, so they are always there when you need a little extra guidance. Though residence in the Honors Living-Learning Community is not required of Honors students, you’ll want to live there anyway!


Berry Residence Hall- Honors LLC

Common Areas

Each floor in Berry boasts large common kitchens, stocked with tools and supplies to host dinners for your floor-mates. Additionally, we provide social spaces equipped with 55” televisions and laundry facilities for your convenience. Did we mention that laundry is free?

The first floor of Berry also provides a place to connect with other residents. Cozy booths and high-top tables mean coffee and conversation, and a social lounge space hosts events from Monday Night Football games to International Movie Nights. 

Academic Spaces

Berry’s first floor is home to an Honors classroom that hosts Beyond George Street and other Honors-related classes and events! It's not uncommon to attend an HSA party, study abroad info session, or networking event just downstairs. Additionally, each floor is equipped with its own study lounge where students can escape from distractions.