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Honors Experiences

Honors Experiences are meant to enrich a student’s undergraduate education. They encourage students to extend their learning both inside and outside of the traditional classroom setting. In addition to your two credit Honors Colloquium and Honors Seminar(s) during your freshman year, students select and complete 16 credit hours of Honors Experiences from the following list before graduation:

* Denotes non-coursework category

Benchmarks

For Honors Scholars entering prior to Fall 2016:

To remain in good standing in the Honors College, Honors Scholars are required to complete 24 credits of coursework. Scholars must complete 8 credits by the end of the Freshmen year (credits earned through the Honors Colloquium and two Honors Seminars) and 16 credits total must be completed by the end of the Junior year to maintain good standing in the Honors College.

 

For Honors Scholars entering Fall 2016 and later:

To remain in good standing in the Honors College, Honors Scholars are required to complete 21 credits of coursework. Scholars must complete a minimum of 5 credits by the end of the Freshmen year (credits earned through the Honors Colloquium and Honors Seminar) and 13 credits total must be completed by the end of the Junior year to maintain good standing in the Honors College.

Last updated: August 18, 2017 3:49 pm EST