The team-taught, interdisciplinary seminar curriculum is one of the most comprehensive in the country. These engaging classes encourage active learning, personalized attention, and critical thinking. The curriculum is designed to help students discover their own identities as thinkers, speakers, and writers.
While Honors students are represented in all majors across campus, because they take their core Honors courses together and have access to a robust co-curricular program, they feel an especially strong connection to each other.
The Honors College is housed in historic Nunemaker Place, located on the banks of Emigration Creek. This three-story building gives Honors students a place to work on papers, attend social events and meetings, read, relax, or just hang out with friends.