Residential College

Starting in Fall 2021, the Honors College will be a residential college requiring all first-year Honors students to live in the Honors residence halls, listed below. The residential componet of the Honors College fosters a comprehensive and transformative experience by combining community activities with courses and enhanced academic support. Honors students live with other similarly motivated students, developing lifelong friendships and engaging in academic, experiential learning, and social experiences that contribute to their personal and professional growth and development. Features of the residential college will include:

  • State-of-the-art residence halls open exclusively to Honors students
  • A student-led community of learners, with student-crafted community standards and distinctive student-designed traditions
  • Dedicated Honors academic and advising support, including the presence of a Faculty-in-Residence

Beechwoods Hall

Beechwoods Hall

Beechwoods Hall is one of three new additions to Miami’s LEED certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) residence halls. Beechwoods is conveniently located next door to Western Dining Commons. Just short walking distances away are the Armstrong Student Center and the Farmer School of Business. A significant departure from Miami’s traditional residence hall floor plan design, Beechwoods Hall is comprised of 8 individual houses. Each house is full of student requested amenities. This hall is designed using the latest safety features, including fire alarm and suppression equipment and electronic door access.

Building Amenities

  • Air-conditioned
  • Study
  • Large living room with fireplace and big screen television
  • Full-size kitchen
  • Cold beverage & snack vending
  • Recreational room
  • Washers & dryers with WebCardCenter on-line monitoring and notification service
  • Indoor bicycle storage room

House Features

  • Large, comfortably furnished living room with lots of natural light
  • Large flat screen television
  • Kitchenette
  • Study room
  • Private and shared bathrooms

Room Features

  • Twin-XL low-loft style bed with bed rail: 85″ x 36″ (80″ x 36″ mattress size) NOTE: dresser and bookcase will fit under the bed
  • Bookcase: 24″ x 15″ x 29.5″
  • Desk: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Dresser: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Mobile pedestal: 18″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Closet or wardrobe: 35 1/4″ x 23 1/4″ x 74 3/4″
  • Ergonomic chair
  • Mirror
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling lights
  • Small trash can
  • Recycling can
  • Environmentally-friendly, individually controlled thermostat for air-conditioning and heat (HVAC)
  • Overhead light and HVAC occupancy sensors
  • Six “arc-fault,” safety electrical outlets
  • Mini refrigerator

 


Hillcrest Hall

Hillcrest Hall

Hillcrest Hall is one of three new additions to Miami’s LEED certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) residence halls. It is conveniently located next door to Western Dining Commons. Just short walking distances away are the Armstrong Student Center and the Farmer School of Business. A significant departure from Miami’s traditional residence hall floor plan design, Hillcrest Hall is comprised of 8 individual houses. Each house is full of student requested amenities. Hillcrest Hall is designed using the latest safety features, including fire alarm and suppression equipment and electronic door access.

Building Amenities

  • Air-conditioned
  • Study
  • Large living room with fireplace and big screen television
  • Full-size kitchen
  • Cold beverage & snack vending
  • Recreational room
  • Washers & dryers with WebCardCenter on-line monitoring and notification service
  • Indoor bicycle storage room

House Features

  • Large, comfortably furnished living room with lots of natural light
  • Large flat screen television
  • Kitchenette
  • Study room
  • Private and shared bathrooms

Room Features

  • Twin-XL low-loft style bed with bed rail: 85″ x 36″ (80″ x 36″ mattress size) NOTE: dresser and bookcase will fit under the bed
  • Bookcase: 24″ x 15″ x 29.5″
  • Desk: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Dresser: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Mobile pedestal: 18″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Closet or wardrobe: 35 1/4″ x 23 1/4″ x 74 3/4″
  • Ergonomic chair
  • Mirror
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling lights
  • Small trash can
  • Recycling can
  • Environmentally-friendly, individually controlled thermostat for air-conditioning and heat (HVAC)
  • Overhead light and HVAC occupancy sensors
  • Six “arc-fault,” safety electrical outlets
  • Mini refrigerator

 


Stonebridge Hall

Stonebridge Hall

Stonebridge Hall is one of three new additions to Miami’s LEED certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) residence halls. This hall is conveniently located next door to Western Dining Commons. Just short walking distances away are the Armstrong Student Center and the Farmer School of Business. A significant departure from Miami’s traditional residence hall floor plan design, this hall is comprised of 8 individual houses. Each house is full of student requested amenities. Stonebridge Hall is designed using the latest safety features, including fire alarm and suppression equipment and electronic door access.

Building Amenities

  • Air-conditioned
  • Study
  • Large living room with fireplace and big screen television
  • Full-size kitchen
  • Cold beverage & snack vending
  • Recreational room
  • Washers & dryers with WebCardCenter on-line monitoring and notification service
  • Indoor bicycle storage room

House Features

  • Large, comfortably furnished living room with lots of natural light
  • Large flat screen television
  • Kitchenette
  • Study room
  • Private and shared bathrooms

Room Features

  • Twin-XL low-loft style bed with bed rail: 85″ x 36″ (80″ x 36″ mattress size) NOTE: dresser and bookcase will fit under the bed
  • Bookcase: 24″ x 15″ x 29.5″
  • Desk: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Dresser: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Mobile pedestal: 18″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Closet or wardrobe: 35 1/4″ x 23 1/4″ x 74 3/4″
  • Ergonomic chair
  • Mirror
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling lights
  • Small trash can
  • Recycling can
  • Environmentally-friendly, individually controlled thermostat for air-conditioning and heat (HVAC)
  • Overhead light and HVAC occupancy sensors
  • Six “arc-fault,” safety electrical outlets
  • Mini refrigerator