Living in Honors housing is optional, but is encouraged because it offers a rich sense of community. Honors has several excellent housing options. Please note, though, that style of housing is not guaranteed. Placement is on a first-come, first-served basis.
For students applying for the 2016-2017 Academic Year, please note that a new state-of-the-art freshmen living-learning center is currently under construction and will be available for students beginning Fall 2016. This new housing will be formatted in a "Cluster Style," which is optimal housing for first-year students because it builds rich and deep community. It will be a vital part of the Honors living/learning community. The new building will feature the following:
Further details and floor plans for the new building can be found HERE.
Click here to view floor plans for Niemeyer.
Please note that space in the Niemeyer Learning and Living Center is very limited and usually goes quickly.
To be considered for Honors housing you must do the following:
Note: You must be accepted to Grand Valley before you can apply for housing or the Frederik Meijer Honors College.
Consider also other types of living/learning communities. In some ways, it is the best of both worlds to participate in Honors and live in a center which focuses on your greatest interests. See this page for the other living/learning community opportunities.