HONORS COLLEGE GRADUATION RECOGNITION
Students enrolled in the Honors College at the time of graduation will graduate with a degree in their selected major area of study. There are three recognition levels from the Honors College.
Honors College Participants earn 10 or more hours of honors credit during their college career while maintaining a 3.25 overall grade point average. Courses may be selected from honors (H) sections and/or HNRS courses, or students may collaborate with a University professor to create an honors contract in a regular class.
Honors College participants will be recognized with a special notation in the commencement program.
Honors College Graduates earn a minimum of 20 hours of honors credits while maintaining a 3.25 overall grade point average. Students must include at least three honors (H) sections and/or HNRS courses, and four honors contracts.
Students unconditionally admitted to the Carr College of Nursing who maintain a 3.25 overall grade point average may graduate from the Honors College by earning a minimum of 20 hours of honors credit completing at least four honors contracts and any courses designated as (H) sections or HNRS courses. See Carr College of Nursing for more information.
Honors College Graduates will be included in a separate listing in the commencement program. The official university transcript will indicate they have achieved this honor.
Honors College Graduates with Distinction earn a minimum of 26 honors credits while maintaining a 3.5 grade point average throughout their college work. Students will complete a minimum of four honors (H) sections and/or four HNRS courses, and a minimum of four honors contracts. An approved Honors senior capstone project must be included in the plan.
Honors College Graduates with Distinction will be noted in a separate listing in the commencement program with the Honors capstone project title. The official university transcript will indicate they have achieved this honor. Students will be awarded an engraved bronze medallion at the Honors College Medallion Ceremony.