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Housing

Honors Housing in Williams Hall

The Honors Program is pleased to offer students the opportunity to live on one of two designated floors in a campus residence hall. The second and third floors of Williams Hall, designated Honors floors, allow students who are in many of the same classes to continue their interactions beyond the classroom and lab. The benefits of residing on an 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, tailored to meet the needs and desires of residents and including at least three extra Honors events for residents each semester; and specially designed lounges where study sessions, game and movie nights, and other social and educational events take place.

Approximately 165 students live on the Honors floors. This has become a much-loved offering and selection is first-come, first-served based on housing deposit date. We are a welcoming community and are happy to include non-Honors roommates who wish to live with Honors students on the floors. These students participate in all floor events and have the opportunity to join the Honors Program during freshman year. All Residential Advisors on the floors are Honors Program students allowing for informal guidance and support.

Honors Housing at St. James

Beginning in Fall 2020, the Honors Program will offer housing to juniors and seniors in a building in the St. James complex, Bradley's university-owned apartments. Having built a great community with Honors students who have enjoyed their experiences on the Honors floors in Williams Hall, we are now expanding to allow students who want to move to apartments with kitchens and more living space the opportunity to move to four-bedroom, two-bath apartments in a newly renovated building. We're designing one apartment as a common space for game nights, potluck dinners, study sessions, and other activities. As with Honors housing in Williams Hall, non-Honors roommates may live in the apartments and share the experience.

To reserve your place, select the Honors floor online when you sign up for housing.

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