Honors Program Living Learning Community

The Honors Program
Living Learning Community

The Honors Program Living Learning Community fosters the curiosity, creativity, and innovative capacity of highly motivated learners whose interests span multiple disciplines. Students learn together in small, active-learning classes, with high levels of student-faculty engagement. They extend their learning and build community through interaction in Honors Program residence halls and participation in activities planned by students. 

Expectations

By accepting the invitation to join the Georgia Tech Honors Program, you agree to enroll in at least one Honors Program course during your first year. You are required to complete a total of 15 credit hours of Honors Program coursework over the course of your matriculation at Georgia Tech in order to earn recognition on your Georgia Tech transcript. You may be required to withdraw from the Honors Program if you do not make satisfactory progress in completing your Honors Program coursework (at least 9 credit hours) by the time you enter senior status at Georgia Tech.  You can track your progress in the Honors Program via DegreeWorks.

Additionally, you agree to live in the first-year Honors Program Residence Hall (8th Street East and South) in both Fall and Spring semesters. You will have the option to continue to live with your fellow Honors Program students as an upper-class Honors Program participant.

First-year students agree to pay a Georgia Tech Honors Program Fee of $800. This Program fee will be assessed in fall ($400) and in spring ($400). Transfer students agree to pay a Georgia Tech Honors Program Fee of $500. This Program fee will be assessed in fall ($250) and in spring ($250). There is no fee for subsequent years of participation in the Honors Program.  

Students are required to participate in the fall semester Honors Program retreat.

Finally, participants agree to be a good citizen of the Honors Program, Georgia Tech, and the larger community of which they are a part. This includes taking full advantage of opportunities offered by Honors Program classes, events, and activities; enjoying and supporting your fellow Honors Program students; building relationships with Honors Program faculty; and getting to know and drawing on the support of the Honors Program staff. 

Sponsoring Departments 

The Office of Undergraduate Education 
The Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) challenges students to become accomplished learners who are able to make meaningful connections among work, study, and community. We connect curricular and co-curricular offerings to assist students in developing a strong foundation for success, during college and after. 

Leadership 

Executive Director: Dr. Roberta Berry, Associate Vice Provost, Office of Undergraduate Education and Associate Professor of Public Policy
Associate Director: Dr. Amy D’Unger, Senior Academic Professional
Program and Operations Manager: Lauren Evans