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Frost HallHousing

Three types of Honors housing are available: single occupancy rooms for upper-classman Honors students on the fifth and sixth floors of Cambridge Hall (Honors/International Housing); single or double occupancy rooms for freshmen in Frost Hall (Honors Frost), see right; or double occupancy rooms for freshman in Diehl Hall. The popularity of Honors housing is such that it might not be possible to accommodate all first-year students who request Honors housing.

Honors/International Housing in Cambridge Hall is available for upper class Honors Program students. Cambridge Hall offers single rooms, air-conditioning, and cluster style living.

Honors Frost is designed to meet the needs of first-year Honors students. Special programming, such as optional study sessions for select Honors courses, will be offered. Also, students living in Honors Frost will have priority when openings arise in Honors/International Housing.

Living in either of the Honors housing sites requires registering for and completing Honors courses and maintaining a 3.0 GPA.

Honors Program participants are not required to live in Honors/International Housing. Many other housing options are available for students who do not wish to live in Cambridge, Frost, or Diehl Halls.

Please fill out and return the Housing Application to be considered for Honors Housing.

Housing Application