First-year students in the Honors Program at St. Edward’s have the opportunity to live among their peers through the Honors Living Learning Community. The Honors LLC is an integral part of the Honors Program experience and is available to students upon invitation from the Honors Program. If you’re interested in joining the Honors Program and our LLC, please contact Director Steve Rodenborn, PhD.

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Residence Hall: Jacques Dujarie Hall, 1st–3rd Floors, East Side 
Capacity: Approximately 70 students
Founded: 2010

Honors students live together so that the thought-provoking and challenging conversations that occur in the classroom can move into the residence hall. All first-year Honor students live in Dujarié Hall, where they build lifelong relationships with their classmates as well as engage closely with their faculty mentors through co-curricular events held on and off campus.

Science and Mathematics majors will have additional programming support as part of the Honors LLC. Learn more about the LLC program.

Fall 2019 Courses

HONS 2160: Introduction to Honors and a Liberal Arts Education
HONS 1367: The Printed Page and Silver Screen, Barbara Filippidis, PhD
HONS 1340: Health and Disease in the Community, Lisa Goering, PhD
HONS 2312: Speaking Truth to Power, Teri Varner, PhD
HONS 2322: A Line and a River: Life & Culture in the U.S. Mexico Borderlands, Laura Hernandez-Ehrisman, PhD
HONS 2326: Memory, Violence and Religion, Jennifer Veninga, PhD

Spring 2020 Courses

HONS 1367: The Printed Page and Silver Screen: Imagining Community, Barbara Filippidis, PhD
HONS 1340: Organisms and Populations, Teresa Bilinski, PhD
HONS 2312: Speaking Truth to Power, Teri Varner, PhD
HONS 2322: A Line and a River: Life & Culture in the U.S. Mexico Borderlands, Laura Hernandez-Ehrisman, PhD
HONS 2326: Memory, Violence and Religion, Jennifer Veninga, PhD
Personalized Pathway Project for Undergraduate Research, Internships and Co-Curricular Pathways, Caroline Morris, MFA and the director of the Honors Program