The Honors Program at Ferris State offers a residential option for students in dedicated Honors halls. Many of the rooms in these halls are set up to be single occupancy, but there are some double occupancy rooms available. There is a surcharge for the cost of the single / private room which will be partially offset by the Honors Residential Life Scholarship.
Students are required to live in an Honors hall if they are required to live on campus according to the residential life policy of the University. Typically, this means for the students' first year. Honors students are welcome to continue to live in our halls beyond the requirements of the university, but the Honors Residential Life Scholarship will no longer be available. Other incentives, such as the Sophomore, Junior and Senior Incentives, will be available for these students.
Honors hall lobbies may include TVs, air hockey, a pool table, a piano, vending machines, and table tennis. All rooms are wired for Internet access and voice mail. Honors faculty advisors and staff are located in Pickell and Puterbaugh Halls.
Ferris State University, an Equal Opportunity institution, is committed to enhancing equity, inclusion, and diversity within its community. For more information, see the offices for Diversity & Inclusion and Equal Opportunity. Applicants requiring accommodation or assistance in admission to or participation in the Honors Program should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.