All first year students who are accepted into the Honors program live in this residence. The Honors LLC is also open to upperclassmen who wish to continue the experience of living in this active, engaged community.
Honors LLC Mission:
The Honors LLC seeks to enhance and strengthen the Honors Program community at Elizabethtown College. The Honors LLC provides students with an academic and social network, in which students are encouraged to pursue academic excellence, engage in campus co-curricular activities, and embody the ideals of campus citizenship.
Honors LLC Objectives:
- The LLC will provide an environment that fosters academic excellence.
- Students will develop a sense of community within the Honors Program.
- Students will cultivate meaningful academic and social relationships with other students and faculty associated with the LLC.
- Students will participate in one or more co-curricular, community, or service-related activities.
Residence Hall: Schlosser Hall
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kyle Kopko, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Honors Program
Animal Free Living (New!)
Animal Free living is for students who may have cultural, wellness, or other reasons for living in an animal free environment. Students choosing to live in animal free commit to not bringing animals of any kind into the community, including assistance or emotional support animals approved by the College. Location will be determined by need and by preferences of those requesting this community. Apply to this Community.
Business Block—Founders Hall
Business Block is a community designed to support business majors at Etown. This living learning community is sponsored by the Business Department. Students will live amongst other Business students and have access to residential tutors with an emphasis in business. Apply to this Community .
Global Trekkers (New!)—Founders Hall
This community will focus on students going and returning from abroad. Students will work, share and reflect on traveling abroad, living in another culture, country, etc. as well as what it now means to be multicultural when returning. Students will have a chance to share and reflect with others who have had the similar experience of living abroad Students interested in living in Global Trekkers should be actively working with the Office of Study Abroad and planning to travel abroad fall or spring semester of the upcoming academic year. Exceptions to living in this community will be given to students who identify as International Students, “Third Culture Kids” (TCKs) or “Global Nomads”—students who have grown up abroad from their country of origin. Apply to this Community.
PIE Slice—Founders Hall
PIE Slice is a community designed to support Engineering majors at Etown. This living learning community is sponsored by the Engineering Department. Students will live amongst other Engineering students and have access to residential tutors with an emphasis in business. Students interested in an Engineering major are best served in this community. Apply to this Community.
Stonewall—Founders Hall B Tower
Stonewall is a gender-inclusive housing option available for any student who identifies as a member of the LGBTQ+ community. By choosing the Stonewall Community, you are stepping into a supportive and inclusive residential experience that features opportunities for discussion, leadership, and engagement. The Stonewall Community is in Founders B and as a gender fluid community the restrooms remain gender neutral. Apply to this Community.
Gender Inclusive Housing (ILUs, Myer Hall and the Stonewall Community)
We want to remind you that the College is committed to fostering a fully inclusive campus community that recognizes and celebrates members of different races, ethnicities, nationalities, economic backgrounds, ages, abilities, sexual orientations, and spiritual values. As such, our housing practices afford gender inclusive housing to students of alternative sexuality or gender identity, as well as their allies, and other students who would feel most comfortable and safe in a living environment other than the traditional roommate pairings.
The Wellness Community is for students who wish to explore holistic wellness in a substance free community. Students in this community will explore different aspects of wellness and well-being through campus and community resources. Apply to this Community.