Life as an Honors Student
Our robust curriculum and engaging classroom experiences are merely part of a life-changing opportunity you'll enjoy as part of a close-knit community of your peers and faculty members.
Honors College Publications
Produced three times a year by Honors College students, our News & Notes newsletter features articles of interest to students, alumni, and friends of the Honors College. The latest issue is available in the Honors College office in Ball Honors House or download a copy.
Stroll into the Honors living-learning community DeHority Complex and it won't be long until you overhear a group of your classmates discussing topics like the ethical implications of DNA research. But it won't be just students in the health professions—majors in architecture, communications, education, and many more will be there offering their own, unique perspectives. That's because our living-learning community blends students from all programs, immersing you in a diverse, intellectually challenging atmosphere that will encourage you to engage with your neighbors and friends on a deeper level. DeHority Complex is the campus home for all Honors first-year students and many returning Honors students. Learn more.
Have your own major in mind? Our Medallion Scholars program will exempt you from standard major requirements and allow you to craft your own program of study. Learn more.
We like to recognize the hard work and accomplishments of our students and faculty members who distinguish themselves in the classroom, in their research, and their service to the Honors College. Learn more.
Virtually from the moment you arrive on campus, you'll have someone there to help you transition to college life, especially the rigors of the Honors College, through our Peer Mentors program. Learn more.
View upcoming lectures, course opportunities and other reminders and announcements within the Honors College. Learn more