University of Southern Indiana
Honors Learning Community

LLC LogoThe Honors Program provides students with opportunities to take trips, work one-on-one with faculty on academic projects, get valued volunteer experience, and take classes with other Honors students. It rewards students for their academic performance and assists them in making the most of their college experience.

Students in the Honors Living-Learning Community become better acquainted with the Evansville community, USI, and the Honors Program. They live with other Honors students to help each other learn and grow. As many residents will have Honors classes together, living on the floor provides the opportunity to attend classes and events with other floor residents. It also allows you to meet and interact with members of the Honors faculty. Students on the floor are encouraged to attend Honors and community events that are fun, educational, and useful sources of information. Our hope is that students living on this floor will grow to be active in the Evansville and USI communities. For more information about the Honors Program and Living-Learning Community, contact:

Dr. Nina Bambina
Program Sponsor
812/464-1833

http://www.usi.edu/honors

Students living on the Honors floor and participating in the Honors FIG (Freshman Interest Group) will sign up for a cluster of classes both semesters during their freshman year.

Check the USI Undergraduate Course Bulletin for information on which courses are in the cluster of classes for the Honors Living-Learning Community.

Your program sponsor will provide more specific course details prior to your registration for Fall and Spring courses.


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