We strongly encourage our students to be engaged in scholarship, leadership, and service, so they can gain valuable experience that employers, scholarship committees, and graduate schools look for in their applicants. There are a variety of ways one can become engaged in the community, and just a few of the many opportunities can be found here.
Our program also provides many opportunities for our students. All Honors students are automatically members of the Honors Student Organization (HSO), a student run organization. HSO creates a sense of community among the students of the Honors Program through organized social activities, community service opportunities, and professional development events.
We also provide an Honors Housing option to students in our program, which provides an easy way to form study groups, build support networks, and make lifelong friends with fellow Honors students.
Honors students can also apply for student funding for their projects from the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP), who also organizes the Fall Forum and Spring Symposium.