The Honors Program is pleased to offer students the opportunity to live on a designated floor in a campus residence hall. The third floor of Williams Hall, designated the Honors floor, allows students who are in many of the same classes to continue their stimulating and intellectual conversations beyond the classroom and lab. The benefits of residing on the Honors floor include the opportunity for students to move in and get settled a day before the rush of Saturday morning's widespread opening of residence halls; special floor programming, including at least three extra Honors events for residents each semester; more interaction with faculty; a specially designed lounge, including a 50-inch flat screen TV, where interesting academic and social events take place; and opportunities for study groups and participation in community service projects.
To reserve your place, select the Honors floor online when you sign up for housing at:
The Third Man
Sunday, February 8th, 7:00 p.m.
In anticipation of the Honors Program's study abroad experience in Vienna, Dr. Timothy Conley and Dr. Kyle Dzapo will join Honors students for a viewing of one of the finest films of all time: The Third Man. Set in Vienna after World War II, the thriller tells the story of novelist Holly Martins (Joseph Cotten) who travels to shadowy, postwar Vienna, only to find himself investigating the mysterious death of an old friend, black-market opportunist Harry Lime (Orson Welles).
Honors Floor Colloquium
Monday, January 26th, 7:00 p.m.
"Getting Your Head on Straight: The Importance of Perspective"
Who are you -- Why are you at Bradley -- Where are you going ? ? ?
Veteran Honors professor and world traveler William Toel issues the challenge and helps you uncover the answers.