The mission of the Chancellor’s Honors Program Living & Learning Community is to create a residential environment where individuals are encouraged to achieve academic excellence and make a positive contribution to the community, both individually and collectively.
The Chancellor’s Honors Program LLC is housed in the Fred D. Brown Jr. Residence Hall, and it is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
First-year honors students enrolled in the CHP are invited to join the Honors Living and Learning Community, where they will share extracurricular activities and academic enrichment opportunities. Common activities within the LLC community include academic presentations by UT faculty, workshops, and service experiences.
All students must be members of the Chancellor’s Honors Program in good standing and registered for ENGL 198 during the fall semester. To remain in good standing, students must successfully complete ENGL 198, attend 3 Becker Seminars per semester, maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5, and complete 25 hours of community service per academic year. Students who are on CHP probation after the first semester will not be allowed to remain in the Chancellor’s Honors LLC for the second semester.