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Honors Village

images of popcorn vending, students on floor of shack in Shack-a-Thon and a formal dance
The Honors Village is truly the best of both worlds.

The mission of the Honors Village

The mission of the Honors Village is to create a community of young scholars which is engaged in societal issues; provides opportunities for growth; and is grounded in critical scholarship.


About the Honors Village

The Honors Village is a collaborative partnership between the University Honors Program and University Housing that provides the opportunity to learn and live in a vibrant community.

The Village consists of three traditional style residence halls (Bagwell, Becton and Berry), a community building (the Honors Village Commons), a centralized green space (including volleyball court), and Clark Dining Hall. The community also connects directly to Clark Hall which houses the Honors Program offices, UHP library and seminar room.

When you live in the Village, you are only minutes away from virtually all of your classes, Talley Student Center, D.H. Hill Library and lots of sporting facilities. What sets the Honors Village apart is its students, who range from Freshmen to Seniors, representing all of the Colleges at NCSU. Along with the Village Scholar-in-Residence, the students create an environment which fosters meaningful, cross-disciplinary dialogue, creative inquiry and fun, transforming this residential setting into a truly engaged community of scholars.


For more information

Visit the blog or facebook page, or contact:

Brian Peters,
Community Director