The University Honors Program (UHP) is an academic experience for motivated undergraduate students who seek a challenging and intellectually enriched learning environment. The program cultivates students in their academic development by providing small classes and seminars that are led by some of the university's most accomplished teachers and scholars. It also allows students to work one-on-one with their professors on customized H-Option projects.
Further, through high-impact practices such as study abroad/travel study, Honors conference participation, special field trips, service learning projects, and scholarship opportunities, the program supports Honors students to achieve their full potential as students, prospective professionals, and future civic leaders. Finally, the program has fashioned fruitful collaborations with other Student Diversity, Engagement, and Success subunits, such as the Undergraduate Research Program and the McNair Scholars Program. These programs helps students pursue experiential learning opportunities outside of the UHP through Honors Exchange Credits.
"Being an Honors Student means constantly pushing my own expectations of myself, and working to grow not only as a student but as a person as well."
You can read more from our selected Honors Spotlight students by clicking below!
If you know of an amazing Honors student or faculty who deserves to be in the spotlight, please let the UHP know. Thank You!social/enrichment
Friday, April 30, 4:00-5:00 p.m. at Starin Park (F2F!). We'll host a BBQ to honor our 2021 spring graduates and scholarship recipients. *This event is subject to change depending on Covid-19 restrictions.
Monday, April 26th, 2021: H-Option Form 2 is due by 4:00PM
Exchange Credit applications are accepted on a rolling deadline basis. Please submit your application as soon as you complete an Honors Exchange Credit program to ensure that your credits are recorded in a timely manner. Thank you!social/enrichment