Recent Honors Program Graduates

The SUU Honors Program provides an interdisciplinary academic experience for motivated learners to enhance their education through innovative curriculum and involvement in a community incorporating SUU’s best faculty members and students.

To graduate from the SUU Honors Program, students must complete a minimum of 21 honors credits, complete a honors capstone project, and graduate with an overall GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Honors credits can be earned by completing an honors section of a general education course, by completing an honors specific course, or by completing an honors contract in conjunction with a regular SUU course.

The honors capstone project may be completed as an honors thesis or as an honors capstone within a major. All capstone projects are then presented at least one academic conference.

Graduating with university honors takes a lot of time and effort. We congratulate all of our graduates on achieving this substantial accomplishment and wish them the best in their post-graduation endeavors.

Past Honors Graduates

2019 Honors Graduates

  • Megan Abel - Biology
  • Lindsay Alston - Psychology
  • Naomi Beatty - Human Nutrition
  • Alex Brown - Chemistry
  • Emily Cottam - Biology
  • Madeline Gines - Human Nutrition
  • Halie Hagerty - Chemistry Education
  • McKayla Heaton - Human Nutrition
  • Michelle Holden - Computer Science
  • Ashlee Humphries - Athletic Training
  • Kaitlin Lawler - Psychology
  • Jessica Mancuso - Economics
  • Austin Martinez - Biology
  • Lars Palmer - Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Caleb Paulson - Accounting
  • Taylor Pulver - Human Nutrition
  • Claire Robinson - Music
  • Nathan Sharp - Human Nutrition
  • Abby Stephens - Economics
  • Damon Swain - Anthropology
  • Tylee Trevizo - Biology
  • Vannessa VanWart - Biology
  • Nathan Wayman - Communication
  • Katherine Wilcox - Chemistry
  • Angela Woods - Music Education