The Honors Program offers a selective, demanding, and rewarding program for students who are searching for an intellectual challenge and are prepared to invest extra effort to meet that challenge. Honors students benefit from smaller classes, close contact with faculty, grants to study abroad, research opportunities, exciting extracurricular activities, and the Honors living-learning community. The Honors Program provides students with a supportive community of fellow Honors students who are academically motivated and talented, but also like to organize fun events. The USI Honors Program offers a broad range of opportunities for personal and academic growth. The most outstanding feature of the program is the students themselves. Their motivation and creativity stimulate the entire University campus.
Honors Program Suite, Orr Center 1070
Monday - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
*Documents may be left in the Graduate Studies Office in Orr 1060 when the Honors office is closed.
The Honors Student Assembly is open to all Honors students. The Assembly is led by a thirteen-member elected Honors Student Council who manage meetings and events while building community. The council offers students leadership opportunities.
This is the generic email address for the organization if you have one.
You will want to input a phone number that is specifically for the organization and not a personal number, unless you want all organizational calls to go to this number. This number will be published.
You are required to have an on-campus advisor to be a recognized student organization. If you currently do not have one, use email@example.com at this point. You will need to identify an advisor and update this information within the next 60 days to maintain your status as a registered student organization.
This person will receive an email to verify that the information you have provided is correct and that they agree to serve as an advisor.
Honors Program Student Worker
This person will receive an email to verfy that the information you have provided is correct and that they agree to serve as an advisor.