University Honors Program (UHP) students, from first yearsto seniors, live together in Case-Hill Hall, one of the University’s coeducational Residence Hall Communities.
Case-Hill Hall, renovated in 2012 is the premier SCSU residence hall. This living learning program creates a distinctive residence hall experience that emphasizes and supports students' learning.
Residents enjoy taking some of their classes with students they live with, and students get to engage with faculty through a mentorship program. Students become knowledgeable of campus activities and develop successful academic competencies.
Friendships formed in the University Honors Program Learning Community enrich the entire University career of the residents.
Academic advising is available in the residence hall and help is available for students who need assistance in defining their interests.
The office of Residential life and the University Honors Program collaborate to offer residents a series of programs and opportunities specially tailored to the interests and needs of academically high performing student leaders.
Students accepted into the Honors program are eligible for consideration for honors housing. However, there is no guarantee that students accepted into UHP will be assigned to honors housing. Decisions about assignments to the UHP learning community are made jointly by the Department of Residential Life and the UHP Office. All housing assignments, including those to the UHP Learning Community are based upon original Honors application dates.
For further information about reserving your space in the Honors Penthouse, check out the Honors Community Living Option available through Residential Life.