Edinboro's Honors College Living-Learning Floor allows students to interact with faculty and like-minded peers in a vibrant residential environment that promotes student success.
Imagine being surrounded by others who share your passion for learning and your commitment to making your college experience the best it can be. That's what you'll find on the Honors Living-Learning Floor. Located in Highlands 1, the Honors Floor makes it easy for you to become friends with other high-achieving students in all majors and benefit from each other's strengths and academic experiences.
Living-learning residence hall floors have been part of PennWest Edinboro for over a decade. In addition to giving you the opportunity to live on the same floor with others who share the same major, field of study or interest area, the Honors Floor lets you interact with faculty and staff outside of the classroom through programs, activities and events and share their strong commitment to the living-learning experience.
Each living-learning floor has at least one Scholar-in-Residence (SIR). The scholar is a student staff member who is the link between the floor and the Honors director. The scholar works with the residents to ensure that an adequate level of support and programming is available on the floor. Scholars are selected based upon their academic performance and knowledge of and participation in the sponsoring program or department, providing the best-of-the-best in support staff.
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