The Honors College draws on faculty and fellows from across the university to teach, mentor, advise, and enrich the day-to-day experience of Honors College students, who interact with them in class, the fireside lounge, the field, or the lab.
Particularly unique to the Honors College living-learning community are our Faculty Fellows in Residence and our Teaching Fellows.
Honors College Faculty Fellows in Residence
The Faculty Fellows not only teach at the Honors College—they also live there along with the Academic Dean. In fact, the Faculty Fellows are integral to the Honors College experience. Field trips, dinners together, and informal discussions at the coffee bar provide opportunities for Honors College students to live and learn with Faculty Fellows.
Honors College Teaching Fellows
Students also benefit from the presence of the Honors College Teaching Fellows who provide the opportunity to learn from and work directly with them in the Honors College mission course, the Forum. Through teaching and informal interaction with students, Teaching Fellows are an integral part of the Honors College community.
Teaching Fellows are supported by Honors College Learning Assistants (LAs).