When requesting housing, please take into consideration the Honors living community. Living communities bring students with the same goals and focus into one area, creating a motivating atmosphere within the University. These students share classes, study groups, intramural teams, extracurricular activities, and long-lasting friendships that help make college a well rounded learning experience.
What is a Learning Community?
A Learning Community (LC) is a group of students who live in the same area in the halls and share a common interest. Learning communities provide unique opportunities and important academic focus
University Honors Learning Community
The University Honors Program (UHP) is a small community of high-achieving and enthusiastic academic students at ISU. UHP students take classes together, establish study groups, participate in extracurricular UHP activities, and form lasting friendships. The UHP Living & Learning Community furthers the development of this camaraderie by housing students together and developing stimulating, educational, and entertaining activities that make attending college a pleasure and a well-rounded educational experience. If you have been admitted to the UHP and would like this Learning Community, select the Honors LC on your Housing Application. The Honors Learning Community is primarily located in the Rendezvous Complex, and will expand into Halls located within close proximity, if the Rendezvous Complex fills.
Last Modified: 09/08/2014