Living-Learning Community

Life in Berry

The Honors College dorm is more than just a residence hall. It’s the home base for the CofC Honors living-learning community.

By living in Berry your freshmen year, you’ll get to…

  • Connect with new friends and peer mentors
  • Collaborate with other curious, engaged, and motivated students
  • Explore new ideas and discover new ways of thinking
  • Take class, study, and work with faculty, all in the same building

All incoming Honors College freshmen are encouraged to live in Berry Hall, where the first three floors are reserved for Honors students.The first floor contains Honors classrooms, faculty and staff offices, and shared community space for studying, group activities, and Honors student events.

Explore the Space

Picture yourself as a member of the Honors living-learning community:

Check out photos of a typical Berry Hall dorm room, dive deeper with a 360° video, then explore the building with a virtual, student-led tour.

As for location, City Bistro dining hall is in the same building. Chick-fil-A and Einstein Bro’s Bagels are on the same block. The College’s mail services, information technology, and public safety are right across the street. And the heart of campus itself is a three minute walk.

You can also find more details about floor plans, amenities, and room dimensions on the Campus Housing website.



Join the Honors Community

Ready to make the Honors living-learning community your new home? Apply to the Honors College today!


Entrepreneurship Living-Learning Community (E-LLC)

Looking for an additional layer of community within the Honors College? Consider joining the Honors E-LLC, a year-long cohort experience for incoming Honors students. Members of the E-LLC live together on the first floor of Berry Residence Hall, enroll in an entrepreneurship class their first semester, and receive frequent mentorship from peers, faculty, and community changemakers.

Students of all interests, backgrounds, and majors thrive in the E-LLC. These students are empowered to become advocates for their own ideas while impacting the world around them. By using the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as a framework, the E-LLC encourages students to become global-minded problem-solvers with an entrepreneurial spirit.

Interested? Check out the video below. For more details about how to join, contact the Director of the Honors E-LLC Professor Lancie Affonso (