Honors students at
R-MC enjoy cross-campus benefits, from the classroom to the dorm room.
Read about some of the opportunities here.
The Classroom and Beyond
- Students in the R-MC Honors program are given exclusive access to exciting, interdisciplinary courses taught by Honors faculty
- Honors courses are capped at 15, providing a unique small-group seminar environment of like-minded students
- R-MC Honors students have unique opportunities to work one-on-one with faculty on research projects as part of their Honors curriculum
- Honors projects give students freedom and flexibility in exploring their academic and professional interests
Housing and Facilities
- Select first year students living in the Honors wing of R-MC's newest freshman dorm, Andrews Hall
- A centrally located Honors House with living accommodations for select students and common areas
- The Honors wing in McGraw-Page library, featuring reserved study carrels for Honors students
- Access to after-hours study space in Thomas Branch Atrium
- Extended library lending privileges and interlibrary subscription services
- Specially appointed library liaison, Laurie Preston, for Honors students
- Exclusive access to counseling and programmatic services from the EDGE program