The Honors Program is open to students in all majors. Most Honors students apply for and are admitted to the program before entering as first-year students, but a limited number may be admitted later as Thesis Scholars. There’s no extra cost associated with enrollment in the Honors Program.
If you are near but don’t quite meet the GPA and/or ACT score guidelines but are interested in Honors, we encourage you to apply as all applications are reviewed for achievement and potential.
You may apply to the Honors Program in any of the following ways:
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis with no firm deadline, but it’s recommended that you apply by January of your senior year in high school.
Students with a cumulative GPA of 3.4 or higher and who show evidence of success in academically rigorous classes may join the Honors Program on the Thesis Scholar track. Students on the Thesis Scholar track complete the General Education Core Curriculum, take two UHON 390 seminars and write an Honors Thesis. Contact our office for more information.