Honors students are a diverse and interesting group, and living with peers engaged in rigorous academic pursuits across all disciplines enhances connection in and out of the academic arena. The Honors RLC offers the academically-gifted and intellectually curious a unique opportunity for immersion in a collaborative and supportive environment. Faculty in Residence provide opportunities for extra-curricular engagement, living alongside students and sharing their interests and support.
The Honors RLC is a collaboration between Housing and Residence Life and the Honors Program.
All first-year students at Tulane Universities are required to take a TIDES course. Members of Residential Learning Communities have the opportunity to enroll in a TIDES course that explores the concepts and values of their community in depth. In 2017, the affiliated courses for Honors are:
To enroll in the Honors Program, freshmen in the Fall semester must take either COLQ 1010, COLQ 1020, or one of the Honors sections of TIDB 1010. Any of these courses will satisfy the Freshman TIDES requirement.
First-year members of the Honors RLC live in Wall Residence Hall. Second-year residents live in Weatherhead Hall.
You may apply for the Honors RLC through the student housing application process. Your answers to some supplemental, RLC-specific questions will be evaluated by a committee. If you are accepted, you will be notified and be sent more information on the room selection and roommate process.
If you have questions about the programming and initiatives that take place in this RLC, please contact Norah Lovell at email@example.com. If you have questions about RLC housing logistics, please contact Housing and Residence Life at firstname.lastname@example.org.