The University Honors Program offers intellectually stimulating classes and career-building opportunities. Smaller in size, Honors classes are taught by outstanding professors; foster active, engaged learning; and emphasize problem-solving, innovation, and creativity. Via their experiences in the program, UHP students are challenged to explore new ideas and to evaluate held knowledge. The program provides research and internship opportunities and assists students to study abroad, to apply for scholarships, and to acquire the skills and credentials for successful careers. 


The University Honors Program fuels success at MSUB and beyond.


Energizing Classes and Stimulating Teachers 

Take classes that strengthen your problem-solving skills, self-expression, and creativity with teachers dedicated to student success.


Advising and Mentorship 

Enjoy the advantage of special advising and mentorship support that helps align current choices with future goals.

 Professional Development 

Engage in internships, research, and projects that employers and graduate schools value.

Community Life 

Build enduring friendships and professional networks while participating in honors and campus activities.

Supportive Environment 

Gain opportunities for honors-only scholarships and other perks and get help with applications, interviews and other professional skills.




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March 14, 2019

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October 4, 2018

Cody Walters in a science lab at MSUB
Amanda Hemmen
Dani Branson

MSUB student selected as Goldwater Scholarship Nominee

Junior Cody Walters looks to make his mark in neuroscience. 

UHP Members Earn All-GNAC Honors

Lili Delgadillo and Amanda Hemmen joined 9 other players from MSUB’s women’s soccer team in earning recognition as members of the Academic All-Great Northwest Academic Conference Team.


Faces of MSUB: Dani Branson

"My favorite class was actually not related to my major at all, it was an honors class: Environmental Vision taught by Dr. Bernard Quetchenbach. I think I enjoyed his class so much because it was so much different than all the other classes I was taking."





March 16
Service Saturday

March 18
Fall Registration Begin

April 12
Research, Creativity, and Community Involvement Conference