• Titles of Honors Program courses
    The Spring 2019 course listing is now available. Browse Honors courses here.
  • 2018 Fulbright recipients Tyler, Madison, Eden
    Congrats to University Honors graduates Tyler, Madison and Eden, 2018 Fulbright Scholars. Read more here
  • Digging to Digital
    Honors Professor Ivo van der Graaff teaches Honors students digital documentation of artifacts
  • Photo collage of 20/20 Presenters
    Honors 20/20: Three faculty members and two students presented their research using the fast-paced 20/20 format.
  • Catherine Peebles delivers Honors address in Huddleston Hall
    New Honors Director Catherine Peebles welcomed new students to the Honors Program with an address in September. Read it here

Welcome to The University Honors Program!

The University Honors Program provides an enhanced academic experience for intellectually motivated students. It also draws together a rich community of peer scholars attracted by a history of academic excellence and intellectual curiosity.
 
Members of the University Honors Program enjoy an Honors residential hall, dynamic Honors courses, a comprehensive mentoring program, individual advising, and enjoyable Honors activities. Participants discover that being a part of Honors is more than a distinction; it is an enriched University experience.
 
Come discover the University Honors Program for yourself.

 

Featured Course

Photo of two open books and students in the background
 

Global Citizenship: In Pursuit of Liberty (HIST 444J)

“Global Citizenship is the best class that I have taken at UNH. The discussion-based classes allowed us to explore topics that we were interested in, and our final projects could be on whatever we wanted which allowed us to be creative and share with the class what we were passionate about. I learned so much about what it means to be a global citizen, and how I can use that knowledge to better the UNH community.”

-Madison Smith

 

Faces of Honors Students

Top Left: 

Lindsay March, '18 and Mary Sherman, 18' presenting their Honors thesis research, at the COLSA URC, with Crystina Friese '20

Top Right: 

Sabrina Marnoto '18 presents her thesis research at the Undergraduate Research Conference

Bottom Left:

Natasha Fansiwala, '18 presents her Neuroscience thesis research about detection of concussions in the brain

Bottom Right:

Eden Suoth, '18 Crystal Napoli, '18 Michael Newell '20 receive presigious University Student Awards 

Amy Seif Hattan is the 2018 recipient for the University Honors Program Alumni Award

2018 Honors Alumni Award recipient Amy Seif Hattan shares words of wisdom with graduating Honors students at our Alumni Reception. 

The UNH Honors Experience

UNH students and faculty explain what's great about the UNH Honors Program.

Angel Investors

Honors Hamel Scholars participate in managing Rines Angel Investment Fund