John F. Reed Honors Program - Hungry Mind House

The John F. Reed Honors Program intends to become the most caring, rigorous honors program for high-ability, high-achieving students in a small public liberal arts college.

The John F. Reed Honors Program intends to become the most caring, rigorous honors program for high-ability, high-achieving students in a small public liberal arts college.

Hungry Mind House

The Hungry Mind House is the most complete community experience in campus housing. Super people, super caliber, many many in-dorm activities with book clubs, professors’ talks, Professional Associates get-togethers. Highly recommended.

Advantages to the Hungry Mind House Residence Hall:

  • If you are in Hungry MInd House AND in a Forum for Fall, you get priority registration for Winter term.
  • FREE tix to concerts, theatre events, speakers, etc.
  • Round Table Dinners with good food and interesting guest speakers
  • Mentorship and programs from the Professional Associates, retired community members ready and willing to help honors students
  • In-dorm discussions by faculty et al
  • Increased mentorship from Admitted Honors Students (i.e. upperclassmen)

Starting in Fall 2009, all residents of Hungry Mind House must register for GS 100: Hungry Mind House.

For questions about Hungry Mind House contact Bridget Irish or Michael Martin, the Hungry Mind House Faculty Coordinators.

Consider this . . .

We care about our Honors Scholars. We talk with our Honors Scholars daily. We eat together, laugh together, work together, research together, and learn together. If you want to be challenged and cared for . . . apply here!