The Florida State University Honors Program is comprised of outstanding students, who not only excel academically, but also are exemplary leaders and researchers in their areas of study.
Each semester, the Honors Program recognizes students who have completed the University Honors and Honors in the Major Programs.
These accomplished students completed both the University Honors and Honors in the Major Programs and graduated Summa Cum Laude.
HCLs, trained in effective college teaching practices, serve as peer instructors in the HUM 2944 Honors Colloquium Course taken by all first-year honors students.
The Honors Student Association curates social and professional development opportunities for the Honors community through a variety of events and workshops each semester.
Honors in the Major students are recognized for their outstanding contributions to knowledge in their field through undergraduate research thesis projects.
Do you know of a University Honors or Honors in the Major student doing great things? Have you recently received an award or recognition for something at FSU or in the community?
The Honors Program has a long history of providing recognition and support for outstanding students on campus. The Honors Program seeks to develop innovative thinkers who are socially responsible global citizens by attending to the needs of the whole student through integrated processes of student-focused pedagogy and curriculum, mentoring, and community engagement within and outside of the Honors Program. Each month, the Honors Program will recognize one exceptional honors student who has taken advantage of the opportunities presented to them and will highlight their noteworthy achievements and engagements. These students excel in their respective field and serve as role models for the Florida State community.
If you are interested in nominating yourself or someone you know, please fill out the form by clicking the button below.