The UNK Honors Program has offered Honors Residence Hall living since 1995. Most recently Men's Hall, built in 1932 in the Art Deco style, was totally remodeled for modern amenities in the summer of 2010, and now houses nearly 140 Honors students. The luxurious Art Deco architecture blends seamlessly with the most modern styles. Only members of the Honors Program can live in Honors Men's Hall. A name change is planned, since "Men's" Hall is misleading. It is a co-educational hall, with women on floors one and three, and men on floor two.
The Honors Hall is a great asset to the Honors Program's students, as the development of a close-knit Honors community provides a network of academically-oriented students who support one another. Though emphasis is placed on an academic atmosphere, it is not a silent, "dead" hall--it is like any other residence hall except everyone is in the Honors Program.
Living in Honors Men's Hall is a privilege. The residents must follow the guidelines of the Office of Residential Life, and those of the university. There are no special rules imposed by the UNK Honors Program. Men's Honors Hall is a place where Honors students can cultivate their academic and social lives with others of similar interests, motivation, and ambition. Men's Honors Hall is a place to meet and grow with other Honors students toward a fulfilling and enjoyable residence hall experience.