The SUU Honors Program provides enrichment opportunities for exceptionally talented, creative, and academically committed students in a friendly, informal and interdisciplinary undergraduate experience. The program connects students with SUU's best faculty through small classes and participation in out-of-class activities. Students learn in a collaborative environment where their ideas and research matter.
Benefits of joining the Honors Program include:
Honors students that are fully engaged, earn 21 credit hours of honors course work and complete an Honors Experiential Education project or Honors Thesis will graduate with University Honors. This nationally recognized distinction indicates the student has completed an enhanced and challenging undergraduate experience.
Abstract Proposals are now being accepted for the Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research. Learn more at www.ucur.org
Congratulations to Claire Cleveland, Rebekah Tobler and Naomi White. These students were awarded Undergraduate Research Grants to present at National Conferences.
Scribendi, the official undergraduate journal of the Western Regional Honors Council is now accepting submissions in the following categories: Creative Nonfiction, Poetry, Short Fiction, Foreign Language, Visual Art, Photography and Open Media. Learn more at http://scribendi.unm.edu/
The Global Engagement Center is presenting a conference in October, Syria Now. To learn more, visit http://www.suu.edu/academics/
October 2nd, 7 pm. MAD Lecture Series: I know what you did Last Summer. LIB 002. All SUU students, faculty and staff are invited to attend
October 31st, 8 am. Honors Registration Opens: Be sure to meet with your Academic Advisor before to discuss courses that you want to take next semester.