EMU Safe COVID-19 Resources and Fall 2021 Operations: Latest news and guidance for students, faculty and staff.
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.
The Honors College Star Lecture Series Returns To Campus September 22nd!
Join guest speaker Dr. Bunnell, for a talk about the work of the Great Lakes Science Center in contributing to federal, state, provincial, and Tribal partnerships to restore native fish populations and improve the Great Lakes ecosystems. This lecture will be held in person at the Honors College. Campus community members can register here.
Hybrid Student Services Are Now Available
The Honors College is here to help you. We now offer both virtual and limited in-person services. Advising appointments are available virtually -- phone, or Zoom, and in-person. In addition, students can book an advising appointment using the Starfish System. Follow this link to schedule an academic advising appointment with an Honors Advisor.