Honors College resident options in Housing
The UNT Honors College prepares students for academic challenges and intellectual growth in a world of opportunity. Honors supports students by preparing them for graduate study, career building, and all the learing pursuits of a lifetime. Learn more about how you can become a member of the Honors College.
Freshmen accepted in to the Honors College are given priority in the housing registration process to live in Rawlins Hall. Freshman students applying to live on campus should select the "Honors College" option in the Housing application to receive a preference for Rawlins Hall. Freshman Honors College students can request to live with a student who is not a member of the Honors College by contacting Megan Cunningham at email@example.com.
To learn more about Rawlins Hall, visit the UNT Housing site.
Transfer and Upper Class Students
Upperclassmen Honors College students, both returning and transfer students, have the option to select Honors Hall when applying for housing. Honors Hall offers 200 beds, all private single occupancy suites, exclusively to the upperclassman Honors College membership.
To learn more about Honors Hall, visit the UNT Housing site.