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Honors advisors work with students to personalize their educational experience in accordance with their interests and career aspirations. Honors students and advisors work collaboratively to identify the appropriate honors work for each individual student’s interests.
Your first thoughts about advising may be related to course selection and enrollment. While Honors College advisors can offer you guidance about classes to take, they do not replace your primary, major advisor for tracking your academic progress. Rather, Honors College advisors complement the role of your formal advisor by helping identify educational experiences for your undergraduate education that capitalize upon your interests, skills, and educational and professional goals.
Upon admission to the Honors College, all students are assigned an Honors advisor and are required to meet with their advisor once each semester. Honors advisors are valuable resources in terms of helping students stay on track with Honors requirements and encouraging individual academic interests.
Honors advisors provide tools for navigating honors requirements and connecting students to campus-wide resources, experiential opportunities, and programs that create a unique honors experience.
Registration for Honors Courses & Credits
Registration for Honors courses is controlled by the Honors College. Students must meet with their assigned Honors advisor in order to be registered for an Honors section of a course.