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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!

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University Honors Program Student Superstars!

  • Jasmine Taudvin
    National Publication!
    Honors Student and Journalist Extraordinaire!
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  • Ryann Boudreau
    University Excellence Award
    University Honors Student, Ryann Boudreau '21, has won the University Award of Excellence which recognizes excellence in leadership, scholarship, and citizenship.
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  • Grace Roy
    University Excellence Award
    University Honors Student, Grace Roy '22, has won the University Award of Excellence which recognizes excellence in leadership, scholarship, and citizenship.
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  • Nathaniel Nichols
    Frederick Smyth Book Award
    University Honors Student, Nathaniel Nichols '22, has won the Frederick Smyth Book Award, which is a merit award given to students for the purchase of books.
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  • Julian Maduro
    Class of 1899 Prize
    University Honors Student, Julian Maduro '21, has won the Class of 1899 Prize which is awarded to a senior who has developed the highest ideals of good citizenship during his or her course of study.
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Wise Beyond His Years

At just 17, Sam Mercer '23 wins Goldwater Scholarship

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Challenged to Meet the Challenges

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Truman Scholar looks to tackle substance misuse

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