Honors Scholars Program
...academic excellence at UNCW
...partnerships between exceptional students and professors
...engaged, experiential and interdisciplinary learning
...a community of scholars
50/20 Events- please join us!
Week of Ocotber 27-31, UNCW Fall Student Showcase of Research and Creativity
Posters on display in Randall Library, second floor
Reception (campus community invited), Wednesday, October 29, 4:30-6 p.m., Honors area, Randall Library second floor
Thursday, October 23, Honors Alumni Panel
Honors First-Year Seminar class welcomes Dr. Devon Eulie (BS, 2005: EVS with honors) and Ms. Kai Feliciano (BA, 2011: FST with honors)
12:30-1:45 p.m., Lumina Theatre
Friday, September 26, Family and Alumni Weekend
Honors Scholars Afternoon Faculty & Student Tea
4 – 6 p.m. Randall Library, Room 2007
All honors families and alumni are invited to enjoy this rich tradition complete with tea and sweets and savories. Help us celebrate 20 years of Honors Scholars and 50 years of UNCW honors graduates!
Departmental Honors - 50 years strong
1965 marked the first year that a UNCW undergraduate graduated "with Honors." Phyllis Boyles Collier completed a senior honors project on creativity as part of her Education degree. Since that time over 2000 students at UNCW have completed departmental honors projects.
University Honors - 20 years of honors enrichment across the 4 year curriculum
The 4-year Honors curriculum with Honors seminars and honors sections of basic studies courses was implemented in Fall 1994 with Dr. Diane Levy (sociology) at the helm of the new "Honors Scholars Program." 40 students began honors classes that fall and the first "university honors" graduates completed requirements in 1997.
For more history of the UNCW Honors College, click here.
"We are UNCW" feature, click here.