Expenses and Sponsorship
Preparation of the manuscript can become somewhat expensive, especially in certain disciplines. The Honors College has limited funds available to help defray these and other expenses connected to the thesis.
Reimbursement for Expenses
Students must keep all receipts for actual expenses incurred and submit them along with the three copies of the completed thesis. Examples of production expenses include photocopy fees, videotapes, film, printer cartridges, etc. Other examples of expenses include survey mailings, materials, and equipment needed during the thesis process. For partial reimbursement of unusual travel expenses, apply separately to the dean. Reimbursement up to a maximum of $150 is standard. In rare cases, when the thesis expenses exceed $150, a student may apply for additional funds, but granting of such a request is dependent on funds available and is not automatic.
Honors College students who are completing a Senior Honors Thesis/Project are eligible to apply for one of several Senior Honors Thesis/Project Fellowships. Fellowships provide students with $1,000 scholarships for a students’ thesis year.
Thesis fellowships are available on a competitive basis. Students completing a fifth year of study are also eligible to apply. A student must have a thesis proposal submitted and approved to be considered for an award.