Support Community on the Banks of the Mississippi

Students participating in Honors College are eligible to live in the Honors Community located in Lawrence Hall. Living on campus with other Honors students is an exciting way to expand your experience in the Honors College beyond the classroom. The Honors Community is designed to complement and support your academic work while also giving you opportunities to meet other honors students, be part of a dynamic and social community, and of course, have fun!

Living in the same residence hall with other honors students makes it easy to find friends, collaborate on projects, find someone to proof-read a paper, or simply watch a movie and relax. 


About Lawrence Hall

Lawrence Hall was built in 1905 and sits overlooking the west bank of the Mississippi River. With many of its original features and architecture present, the brick and granite building has air conditioned rooms, in-room sinks, and shared living spaces on each floor.

It is also home to the Department of Languages and Cultures and the Center for International Studies.

For further information about reserving your space in the Honors Community, check out the Honors Community Living Option available through Residential Life.

I am grateful for how the Honors Program provided a support system beyond academics during my freshman year when I needed it most. I cannot recommend this program enough to students seeking a program that will enrich them academically and personally.

Current Honors College Student

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