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Freshmen Honors Housing

 

Honors Living-Learning Community for Freshmen

Adjusting to college life can be challenging and overwhelming, sometimes in particular for students focused on and accustomed to success. Honors freshmen who live on campus are expected to live in the Honors Living-Learning Community their freshman year to help facilitate their transition into Merrimack. Students entering the Program live together with other Honors freshmen in a supportive environment where they can challenge one another to be the best, in class and out. This environment allows students to study together as well as engage in fun activities facilitated by resident assistants, Honors Program staff, and Honors faculty.

The Freshmen Honors Living-Learning Community is located in Monican Centre. 

 Common Room Area in Monican Centre
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 For more information about Monican, please visit the Reslife page.

Monican Quick Facts:
  • 4 person suites.
  • Suites feature two bedrooms, a common area and a bathroom.
  • Common hall way connecting the suites.
  • 2 specially selected and trained Honors RA’s.
  • Room and Board fees can be found by visiting the Office of Residence Life webpage.

 

"Living in the Honors House allowed me to thrive at Merrimack College academically, intellectually, and socially. By living within an Honors community, I was able to establish a large network of friends which allowed me to become involved on campus, and have a better transition from high school to college."  Joe Fisher '17"Living in the Honors House allowed me to thrive at Merrimack College academically, intellectually, and socially. By living within an Honors community, I was able to establish a large network of friends which allowed me to become involved on campus, and have a better transition from high school to college." Joe Fisher '17