The Honors Living-Learning Community
All Honors College students are part of the Honors College Living-Learning Community (LLC).
The Honors College LLC is a community that reaches across the West Virginia University campus to provide opportunities for Honors Scholars to extend their learning beyond the classroom through trips, dinners, and special events. Founded on the idea that some of the most important interactions a student has with professors and fellow students occur outside of the classroom, the LLC is committed to providing the opportunities for these encounters to take place. Honors College freshmen also have the opportunity to live in Honors Housing in one of our two residence halls: Honors Hall (Downtown Campus) and Lincoln Hall (Evansdale Campus).
Honors Student Organizations
Honors Student Association
Every Honors College student is a member of the Honors Student Association (HSA) . This due-free society is designed for Honors students to have a voice in the Honors College, and works to keep Honors College students connected to the Honors College as they progress through their time at WVU, regardless of what year they are or where they live. HSA facilitates small/local community service projects, engaging academic lectures, and fun social events such as the Honors Formal at the end of each school year. Meetings are held biweekly, and students are encouraged to participate.
Honors LGBTQ+ & Allies Affinity Group
Honors Students of Color Affinity Group
At the Honors College we recognize that our students of color face challenges beyond
the usual concerns with classes and grades. Because of this, in the Fall 2019 semester
we established the Honors College Students of Color Affinity Group to help these
students connect with and support each other. In addition to setting aside time
in our bi-weekly gatherings to check in with each other, we also hear from guests
around the WVU campus and the larger Morgantown community who can help this group
of Honors scholars better navigate their time and be successful here at WVU. If
you have questions or would like more information about this group, email us at
Honors College Lectures & Events
Honors Leadership Opportunities
Honors College students have the opportunity to impact their fellow Honors students by taking advantage of Honors leadership opportunities.
Any Honors student living on campus can get involved in organizing programming in their hall community by joining Hall Council. Students living in Honors Hall or Lincoln Hall can earn one Honors credit for Hall Council if they sign up for Honors 101 (HONR 101).
Becoming a Resident Assistant
After their freshmen year, Honors College students can apply to be a Resident Assistant in Honors Housing at Honors Hall or Lincoln Hall, helping to mentor the next class of Honors College students.
Tutoring & Mentoring Incoming Freshmen
Teletutoring with the testWELL Learning Center is Monday-Thursday from 7-10 p.m. using Zoom Meeting. No appointment is needed. Appointments outside of regular hours will be made on a case-by-case basis.
Join the testWELL Learning Center on Zoom at the testWELL Tutoring Center virtual meeting space here (meeting ID: 957 6696 4408).
Honors College students love to get involved and help others through volunteering and service. In the 2016-2017 academic year, Honors students logged 14,611.03 hours with iServe , an online system at WVU that helps students find volunteering opportunities and track their volunteer hours.
Current students can find volunteering opportunities listed on iServe, and can sign up for classes with Service Learning (SRVL). Honors College specific opportunities can be found on the Honors College iServe page.