Frequently Asked Questions

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University Honors FAQs

For questions about the University Honors Program, please follow the link above. Should you have additional questions, please contact the FSU Honors Program or call our main office at (850) 644-1841.

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Honors in the Major FAQs

For questions about the Honors in the Major Program, please follow the link above. Should you have additional questions, please contact the Honors Program or call our main office at (850) 644-1841.

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Teaching & Mentoring in the Honors Program

Information for faculty members, interested in teaching an honors course (honors sections, Honors DIS, Individual Honors-Augmented Courses, and Honors Signature Courses), may be found here by clicking the link above.

"Elias Larralde-Fall 2020 Honors Conference Attendance Award Winner"

Grants & Funding

University Honors and Honors in the Major students are eligible to apply for several grants and awards to supplement their undergraduate experiences. 

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Student Assistance Resources

Campus and community resources are available, should you need assistance during the semester with financial difficulty, housing or food insecurity, physical or mental challenges, difficulty keeping up with classes, accommodation needs, or are looking for more scholarship opportunities.