A Living-Learning Community
Honors housing in Engstrom Hall allows first-year students to participate in a vibrant living and learning community with other Honors students. This shared experience allows students to prioritize time for schoolwork amidst the busyness of college life, while still enjoying on-campus living. Our deeply invested Residence Life team plans camping trips, hikes, games, hall events, and other get-togethers to develop a strong sense of community among residents.
Engstrom Hall is located on East Campus, between Trinity Hall and the Cougar Baseball Complex, where Honors students will have easy access to classes, dining venues, friends in other freshman residence halls, and on-campus social activities. Through non-Honors classes, student life activities, and service opportunities, students connect and build relationships with students from every part of the university community.
The rooms in Engstrom are arranged in small suites composed of two rooms connected by a bathroom. Two to three students share one room, with a maximum of five students per suite. The Honors floor offers an oven, microwave, vending machines, card-operated laundry facilities, and a spacious lounge where students can study, hang out, and enjoy events planned by Residence Life.