Honors Living Learning Community
International Village is the newest residence hall at Northeastern University. Home to the Honors First Year Living Learning Community, International Village houses all first-year honors students. International Village includes a full service dining hall, laundry facilities, a fitness area, television lounges, game rooms, and study rooms. International Village also holds an 87 seat lecture hall, a 44 seat tiered classroom, and four 24 seat seminar rooms.
There are two Honors Faculty in Residence: Professor Mindelyn Buford II (Department of Sociology and Anthropology) and Professor Rifat Sipahi (Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering), his wife, and son. Professors Buford and Sipahi work with Residential Life staff to develop programming opportunities linked to a variety of themes, play an active role in on-going Honors programming, and interact with students informally every day.
International Village is a very exciting addition to the current Honors Living Learning communities and allows the Honors Program to enhance our commitment to living and learning.
West Village F, built in 2006, is home to upper-class Honors Program students. This residence hall houses 222 students in apartment-style housing that includes a living room, kitchen and bathroom. There are also a number of dedicated Honors floors in West Village C available for upper-class honors students.