Arkansas State University
Honors Living-Learning Community: The HLLC is a living-learning community in the truest sense—the four separate residential buildings and the Honors classroom that comprise this community have created a sense of identity for the Honors students who live, study, and socialize there. The community includes a state-of-the-art Smart Classroom Building, the first of its type in a residential setting on campus. The HLLC is a collaborative learning environment that exists physically, as is evidenced by the well-traveled paths in the courtyard, and emotionally between students who are growing as friends and scholars.
Honors College Association: HCA is an undergraduate student organization which helps plan social co-curricular activities for Honors students at A-State. Honors students take advantage of the extensive array of entertainment offered by HCA including trips, community events, tailgating for Red Wolves football games, movies on the lawn, and more.
Honors Study Abroad: Students are strongly encouraged to take advantage of study abroad opportunities, including programs designed specifically for Honors. In Spring 2019 students participated in the “Cold War in Eastern Europe” course and study abroad trip to Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, and Vienna. The Honors Brainy Break alternative educational spring break program is planned for spring 2020.