The Honors College is proud to offer two residence halls for Honors students. Rawlins Hall is available to freshmen Honors students. Honors Hall is available for upper classmen. Honors College students registering for housing are encouraged to select Rawlins Hall or Honors Hall; however, spaces are limited and the Halls may be full.
Honors Housing Options
Honors College first-year students are given priority in the housing registration process for Rawlins Hall. All first-year Honors College students who plan to live on campus, should select Rawlins Hall on their housing application.
To learn more about Rawlins Hall, visit the UNT Housing site.
Transfer and Upper Class Students
Honors Hall is suite-style living available to upper class members of the Honors College and transfer students.
To learn more about Honors Hall, visit the UNT Housing site.
Both honors housing options are home to a faculty-in-residence. The faculty-in-residence provide opportunities for student to interact with professors outside of a classroom setting. Faculty-in-residence host programming for students, and can often be found in study lounges and common areas.
|Anna Hinton (She/Her)|
Faculty-in-Residence for Rawlins Hall
|Sarah Ryan (She/Her)|
Faculty-in-Residence for Honors Hall