Approximately 400 honors students, from first-year students to seniors, live together in the Honors Residential College at Cribb & DesChamps Halls. This new home for Honors Residential College is one of Clemson University’s coeducational suite-style residence halls. The Honors Residential College offers residents a series of events and opportunities specially tailored to the interests and needs of academically high-performing student leaders. Through out-of-class endeavors, the Honors Residential College aims to enhance participants’ intellectual engagement as well as their personal, professional and leadership development. Students also have the benefit of interacting with an energetic and dedicated Faculty in Residence who lives in the honors community and engages in unique and meaningful interactions with residents.
“Living in the Honors residence hall gave me a community that became a support system in my academic, personal, and professional life. Living alongside other Honors students helped me create strategic study skills, learn how to manage my time, and deal with stress in a healthy way during my transition to college. The Honors community is a place and space where I was able to laugh, relax, and also develop perseverance”.
– Alana Robinson, Cary, NC, Nutrition major
Size: 400 students
Location: Cribb & DesChamps Halls
Roommate Policy: Honors students only
Restrictions: All majors, coed, must be in Honors College
Application: Only for admission into the Honors College
Fee: None required
Director of Advising and Recruitment
185 DesChamps Hall