SEMINARS 2013 - 2014

University Honors Program academic progress review policy

Enrollment in the University Honors Program is contingent upon students’ completing the required courses in the Honors curriculum and maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or above. Refer to the Academic Progress Progress Policy

Registration Resources

For enrollment in a closed course:
Urgent Request Form (Sophomore, Junior, Senior)


If you are an Honors A&S student who has not yet declared a major, you must see Amelia or Maria for advising, at which point we’ll give you the advising card you need to open your account for registration. If you’re an Honors student in any College besides A&S and/or you’ve already declared a major, we in Honors are your secondary advisor, and you have a primary advisor elsewhere. We are happy to talk with you at any time, but it’s not required that you see us.

Advising for spring 2014 classes starts October 28, 2013. Registration begins the week of November 4, 2013.

Very important note for all sophomore to senior Honors students: Because of changes in the core Honors curriculum, after this academic year we will discontinue independent Honors sections of English 1301 and 1302, Philosophy 1001 and 1301, History 1001 and 1002, and Theology 1001 (the second-level Theology Honors courses will not be affected). If you have not taken these Honors courses yet, you need to do so this academic year, 2013-14.

Advising Procedures:

Options for Pre-Registration Advising for all students:

Special Advising Sessions:

If you need advising for next semester, put this on your calendar: Sat. Nov. 2 Honors will be holding a casual advising breakfast (bagels etc.) in Cramer Hall 087, 10 am - noon. For the first half hour we'll have two student panels, one on study abroad and one on combining Honors with some of the more schedule-challenging majors (eg in Engineering, Health Sciences....). After that you can do some one-on-one advising with Maria, Amelia, or peer advisors. A&S students who haven't declared your majors, we will be giving out the registration cards you'll need at this event. Drop in anytime - all welcome, even if just for breakfast!


You may also call 8-7516 or email us for an advising appointment in the Honors Program Office, 001 Coughlin. Give us some windows of time you have free.

Registration Reminders:

Please review the following reminders about the Honors Program Curriculum before you plan your schedule.


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