The Honors College gifted me with rare opportunities for personal and professional growth. Through the study abroad program, tight-knit peer network, and incredible faculty who challenged and equipped me to go further than I had imagined, I found the place where my passions and education meet.
~Cassidy DeGreen, Interdisciplinary Studies Major
For both four-year and transfer students, the Gordy Honors College
• offers academic community in honors courses and beyond.
• fosters faculty-supported independent research.
• provides many other ways to learn creatively, including the Honors Forum Series of speakers and performances, sessions with nationally recognized university guests, special cultural events, and service projects.
The Honors College also
• assists students in applying to and presenting their research at state, regional, and national undergraduate conferences.
• provides grants to support undergraduate research and cover student travel to conferences to present their work.
• qualifies students to participate in the Honors Study Abroad program, which has been held in England, Scotland, Ireland, Belgium, and Peru.
• qualifies students to apply for positions on the Student Honors Council, which coordinates student programming and provides a valuable voice in the operation of the Honors College.
Students who successfully complete the Honors curriculum graduate with honors in their major area of study--and this is the only way to do so.
The Honors College also offers a residential program for Centennial and Honors Scholars and some residential opportunitites for Presidential Scholars and others.
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Throughout the year, the Forum Series presents stimulating presentations for the campus and wider community, featuring national, regional, and local speakers as well as the latest in faculty research, undergraduate research, films, and arts performances.
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The Gordy Honors College provides opportunities for highly motivated scholars to reside in a living-learning community, in which students live and study together, work closely with honors faculty, and may also study abroad together.
The Honors College is open to students with a strong record of academic achievement. Centennial and Honors Scholars must participate, while first-year and transfer recipients of the Presidential Award automatically qualify for admission and other interested students may apply.