Central Washington University
Study Abroad Opportunities: The DHC curriculum is flexible enough to allow students to study abroad. Students need not take honors courses during every quarter. DHC Living-Learning Community (DHC LLC): Specialized out-of-classroom enrichment activities focus on the residential and educational needs of honors students living in Barto Hall. The DHC LLC utilizes a combination of professional and student staff to provide an engaging and rewarding residential Experience. The DHC LLC also has five peer mentors to assist first year students in the transition to university life. It strongly recommended DHC students live in the DHC LLC. Undergraduate Research: DHC students may pursue a major in any of the more than 120 specialized fields of study at Central. The DHC does not offer a major. Rather, it provides an innovative general education and mentored research experience for exceptional students, along the option of earning a minor. The capstone project involves mentored research and the completion of a thesis or creative project prepared under the supervision of a thesis adviser.