Honors Discovery Courses
Members of the University Honors Program can register for Honors Discovery courses in the same way they register for other courses. A few Honors Discovery courses are administered outside of the Honors Program. For the Studio Math/Physics sequence (Math 425-6/Phys 407-8), students should contact the CEPS Deans office. Students who are not members of the Honors Program but wish to take an Honors course should contact email@example.com to request permission.
Departmental Honors Courses
Most Departmental Honors courses use the Honors Course Designation process. Course designation forms are due by the second week of the semester. For upper-level honors courses (e.g. GEN 604), go to the department (e.g. Genetics) for permission before registering.
The Honors Program offers drop-in and scheduled advising in Conant Hall 115. The principal purpose of Honors advising is to help students select and register for Honors coursework. We also offer general academic help and career preparation, including resume reviews and mock interviews. Throughout the year the program hosts workshops on a variety of preprofessional topics.
Each Honors Student is assigned an Honors advisor but may meet with any advisor in the office. Students may make advising appointments via the Wildcat Success system, available at my.unh.edu. They may also call (603) 862-3928.
All Honors Program policies and processes can be found in the Honors Program Handbook.
Forms & Documents
We’ve gone digital and moved all of the forms and documents you may need to the Honors Program Canvas page.
In the Canvas Files, you will find:
- Certification of Completion for Departmental Honors
- Add/Drop Form
- Honors Designation Form
- Thesis Agreement Form
- Petition for Variance
And various flow charts and summaries to help clarify the Honors curriculum and program requirements.