Program Benefits


University Honors students can take advantage of the following benefits:

  • Priority registration for courses
  • Extended loan periods for library materials
  • Access to small classes with enrollments capped at 20 to 25 students
  • Other Honors-only courses that only University Honors students can take
  • Personalized interactions with Honors faculty and staff
  • Special academic, social, and community service programming
  • Opportunity to compete for Honors-only scholarships, tuition waivers, study abroad and research project support, and student staff positions
  • Ability to work one-on-one with a faculty member on a Senior Capstone
  • Peer Mentor Program
  • Freshmen retreat at scenic Lorado Taft campus
  • Special Honors advising to complement major college advising
  • Access to an Honors-only computer area and quiet study space
  • Option of living with other Honors students in the “Honors House” living-learning community in the new residence hall
  • Special recognition at Honors Day ceremony and graduation
  • Mark of distinction for graduate school or the job market

Study Abroad Travel Grants  University Honors Day