Honors Program Student Resources
Our advising center provides you with one-on-one advising assistance to help keep you on track within the Honors program and ensure your success inside and outside the classroom while looking out for your future.
Explore our Honors course offerings—and remember: you need 21 Honors units to graduate with Honors distinction.
From side-by-side research with your professors to assuming peer leadership positions, there are many ways to learn outside the classroom available exclusively to Honors students.
The Honors Program Writing Center provides Honors students the opportunity to work on any written assignments one-on-one with a trained tutor. Because writing is a complex process, the goal of the Honors Writing Center is to help students become better writers through constructive dialogue.
Browse our listing of in-house as well as national scholarship opportunities available to help finance your education.
Get your forms for Admission, Honors Contracts, Independently arranged Honors credit, Study Abroad, and Travel and Research Grants. All under one roof.
Honors First Year Handbook
Get a digital copy of our guide to your first year in the Honors Program here.