Undergraduate Research & Creativity Conference
Friday, April 4, 2014
The University Honors Program provides an enhanced and supportive learning environment for exceptionally talented and motivated undergraduate students. This goal is accomplished through the guidance of faculty noted for excellence in teaching who offer small Honors sections of regular courses, interdisciplinary Honors colloquia, special seminars, and increased opportunities for undergraduate research and creative endeavors. The program is open to all undergraduate students who are interested in opportunities for enriched learning, cultural explorations and fellowship.
By joining UHP, students...
are challenged to take full advantage of their intellectual talents.
can do research or gain professional experience as part of the Honors curriculum.
earn the distinction "University Honors Scholar" after completing 21 credits (including 3 upper-division credits) in Honors courses.
What our students have to say...
I had a great experience in the University Honors Program. Where else can you spend a day hiking and fishing and then talk about philosophy around a campfire? The courses were excellent. Although outside my field, I especially enjoyed a course on “Environmental Law.”—Jennifer Lynn '05
The program is open to all undergraduate students regardless of major who are interested in opportunities for enriched learning, cultural explorations and fellowship. The program fosters real-world problem-solving skills and helps its members develop academic and personal talents.
UHP students attend the National Collegiate Undergraduate Research Conference at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York.