The Scholar-in-Residence Program was established to connect NCSU faculty members and Honors Village students in non-traditional learning environments. The program fosters an environment where meaningful, cross-disciplinary dialogue occurs between residents and faculty members through lunch in our dining hall, evening lectures offered to the community, or enjoying a sunny afternoon on the Honors Village quad.
- Fully furnished, approximately 1,000 square foot apartment on the first floor of Bagwell Hall, located on East Campus
- Two bedrooms, one bathroom, large kitchen, living room, dining area
- Local telephone service, utilities, washer, dryer, refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher
- One parking permit and dedicated space (RD permit) provided in the parking lot on the south end of Bagwell Residence Hall
One academic year or academic semester (not subject to the opening/closing timeline of Bagwell Hall).
Rental costs vary by level of involvement in the Honors Village community. With minimal involvement, rent is $600/month, but is reduced if the Scholar participates more formally in the Honors Village and the Honors Program.
Past Scholars & Guests
- Warwick Arden, Provost
- Utku Avci, Dept. of Crop Science
- Eric Davies, Dept. of Plant Biology
- Edward Eaton, University Theatre
- Lichao He, Dept. of Political Science
- Jill McCorkle, Dept. of English
- Eric Roberts, Dept. of Crop Science
- Jim Woodward, Interim Chancellor