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The Honors College is home to many intellectually talented and motivated students and provides the intimacy of a small, liberal arts education within a large, comprehensive university. Honors students are offered educational and cultural experiences through challenging courses and extra-curricular activities that encourage scholarly curiosity, leadership, civic engagement, and diversity. The Honors College provides undergraduate students opportunities for a wide range of experiences that aid in developing student’s appreciation for creativity, the arts, sciences, critical issues facing contemporary society, and diversity among people and their cultures.
Star Lecture: Leading for Equality in Education: What Justice Should Look Like
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 | 6:30–8 p.m.
Speaker Dr. Rema Reynolds will discuss disparities within the educational system disadvantaging minoritized communities. She will offer examinations of policies, practices and pedagogical choices that often marginalize students and their families. She will then explore ways an educational system grounded in justice and culturally-responsive leadership can assist students, families, and educators in reimagining schools and facilitating transformative change. To watch Dr. Reynolds' lecture, follow this link.
Virtual Student Services Still Available
The Honors College is currently operating remotely; however, we are still here to help you. You can book an advising appointment using Appointment-Plus. Advising appointments are available virtually -- phone, Google Hangout, or Zoom - depending on advisor and student preferences. To schedule an appointment with an Honors advisor or a Peer Advisor, follow this link.