Freshman who have been accepted to FSU can apply to be part of the University Honors Program, a community of high achieving students dedicated to success both inside and outside the classroom
Junior and Senior FSU students can earn Honors in the Major by completing and defending an Honors Thesis in their major
The Presidential Scholars award is the premier undergraduate merit scholarship at Florida State University. The program provides four years of support and is open to high school seniors who are admitted into the Florida State University Honors Program.
Looking back on his collegiate experience at Florida State, graduating Honors student Will Boose says "the abundance of experiences at FSU is astounding and allows you to learn a lot about yourself"...
As a child, Alexa attended to her suffering grandmother as her condition progressively declined due to lung disease. It was durign this time that Alexa began to fell the vocational draw to a career in healthcare...
Alumni in the News
A 2015 Florida State University alumna has earned a distinguished graduate studies fellowship from the U.S. Agency for International Development and Howard University.
Savannah Savadel has crafted a unique experience for herself at Florida State University over the past three years, combining her ambition in academia with her positive spirit for community service outside of the classroom...
Featured Honors Student
FSU Honors student Roberto Flores has received a 2017 fellow by Humanity in Action. As a selected winner of the John Lewis Fellowship, Flores will travel to Atlanta, GA, and explore issues related to restorative justice.
Alumni in the News
Caitlin Strawder, a 2013 Honors graduate of Florida State University, has won a prestigious Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship supported by the U.S. Department of State...
2017 Honors Graduate
After graduating from FSU with Honors, Rachel Drummey is off to the University of Oxford as a Frost Scholar. This Honors alumna will travel to the United Kingdom to begin her studies in radiation biology in October...
Academic Recruitment Organization
A New Way to Recruit
The Academic Recruitment Organization (ARO), founded in 2015 by Presidential Scholars William Boose, Amanda Schell and Sophie Rottenberg, is designed to recruit high quality students from high schools around the country through student-to-student style communication...