Honors College Students
In developing their natural gifts and talents, UA honors students also are encouraged to cultivate their leadership skills. This may be as subtle as active participation in classroom and group projects, or more visible roles, such as participation in Emerging Leaders or Phi Delta Epsilon.
As an Honors College student, you have access to an academic adviser and would be encouraged to participate in a peer mentoring program. You'll also be notified of study abroad and service opportunities.
Our students are nationally competitive, and our achievements are recognized by graduate fellowships and awards like the Fulbright scholarship or the Ben Auburn Cultural Criticism Award.
Each honors student is assigned an Honors Faculty Advisor, who is a faculty member specializing in the honors student's major field of study.
Join the peer mentoring program at any point in your academic career. As an incoming first-year student, you can pair up with a student in your major to get ideas, answers, and support. Current Honors College students can become a mentor for new students.
In your last two years, you can connect with a graduate of the Honors College to form a more professional mentorship as you begin your job search.
International experience and global awareness enhance your academic background and your worldview. Studying abroad is an excellent way to develop academic and professional skills that will enable you to gain a competitive edge in today's job market.
- See scholarships available for study abroad
- Frequently asked questions
- Learn more from the Office of International Programs
Service opportunities allow you to give back to the community while gaining valuable experience in (or out of) your field. You can help by tutoring or reading to a student at a local elementary school.
Akron Roundtable Luncheon
Dean Mugler is offering the opportunity for two Honors College students to accompany him to a luncheon meeting of the Akron Roundtable. The Akron Roundtable features renowned speakers on a variety of topics, and is held the third Thursday of every month at Tangiers restaurant on W. Market St. The first two Honors College students to contact Dean Mugler will be selected.
Transportation will leave the Honors College at 11:30 a.m. and return at 1:30 p.m.
- See www.akronroundtable.org for the schedule of speakers.