Clark Atlanta University does not have residential facilities that are designated as or limited to honors program housing. Efforts are made to create honors residential clusters in the campus residential facilities that support curricular and co-curricular activities. If students in the program reside in a facility that cannot support a cluster, students will be provided with an opportunity to join an existing cluster.
Students in the honors program are expected to adhere to the guidelines, timelines, and policies put forth by the Office of Residential Life. Failure to do so may result in separation from the Isabella T. Jenkins Honors Program.