Honors Scholars form a tight-knit, supportive community in Finch Residence Hall, which is located in the heart of campus, close to the academic buildings, dining, and the library. For their first two years, honors students use Finch Hall as their “home base,” engaging in co- and extra-curricular activities such as intercultural events, group meals, project building, and study teams. The common spaces include a full kitchen, a workshop space, two collaboration rooms, and meditation room.
The Honors Living Community is located in Finch Residence Hall. Completed in 1987 and renovated in 2006, Finch Hall houses 184 honors scholar students. The rooms are double and single occupancy and are arranged in suites; rooms in Finch feature a connecting bath with a walk-in shower. Each floor has a common lounge featuring study areas, plasma televisions, and comfortable furniture.
Every room in Finch is furnished with two beds (bunkable, standard size twin), dressers, desks with chairs, along with carpeting, ceiling fans, cable TV outlets and window blinds. As in all other residence halls, Finch Hall is wireless, handicapped accessible and laundry is free to residents. Residents of Finch share an adjoining bathroom (4 students per bathroom). Finch is a substance free residence hall. More information including room dimensions, layouts, and photos are available – Finch Residence Hall.
The residents of Finch Hall are actively engaged in living and learning together in High Point University’s Honors Scholar housing community. This community is an academically focused, resourceful living community. The students have access to a full-time Faculty-in-Residence to discuss academically related topics, to provide research help, and to create hall programs designed with an experiential learning focus.
The Salon is a key program within the community. It features a free-form space for intellectual engagement and creative play, sponsored by the Honors Scholar Program and open to the entire campus community. Salon is about intellectual cross-pollination as a mode of entertainment! All faculty, students, staff, and guests are welcome. It’s informal: coming late isn’t a problem, nor is leaving early.
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