Many honors students choose to live in this unique residence hall environment in which lifestyle and academics intermingle. First-year students are strongly encouraged to live in Barto Hall and participate in the DHC LLC; however, it is not mandatory.
To apply for housing in the Douglas Honors College Living Learning Community (DHC LLC) in Barto Hall, please contact University Housing & New Student Programs at 509-963-1831 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DHC LLC Peer Mentoring Program is designed to provide assistance to incoming first-year students as they transition into university life. Up to five peer mentors are chosen each year to support DHC students living in Barto Hall.
Peer mentors work with the DHC faculty and staff to build a vibrant academic and residential community of scholars.
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