Academics and Honors College
The Honors College is an intellectual community that engages high-achieving undergraduates in the pursuit of knowledge in an atmosphere of honesty and trust. We support the University’s commitment to academic honesty and responsibility. Students are responsible for upholding the university’s Code of Academic Integrity. For more information on the Code of Academic Integrity, please contact the Office of Student Conduct.
The minimum GPA for students to remain in good standing in the Honors College is a 3.0 cumulative. The 3.0 GPA requirement is a consistent standard across the College, including living and learning programs. A minimum 3.2 GPA is required to earn the Honors College citation.
Individual programs may have additional program-specific requirements. Students should consult with their living and learning programs to ensure full knowledge of academic standards and expectations. Students are encouraged to discuss concerns with meeting minimum GPA requirements immediately.
University Honors seminars, which are open to all Honors College students, are not repeatable. These courses are limited or one-time offerings that are not available for re-enrollment. Living and learning program courses are cohort-specific and are not designed for re-enrollment as they are sequential, building on previous courses. In rare circumstances, a student may be allowed to repeat a course with the next cohort. Students are encouraged to contact their living and learning program director regarding any extenuating circumstances.
Generally, the Honors College policy requires students to meet with their program’s director or associate director for advising and consultation. Honors students who wish to switch out of their living and learning program are discouraged from doing so until the end of their first semester unless there are extenuating circumstances. Typically, students may only switch into the University Honors (UH) program.