Welcome, new Bobcats!
Please visit the Honors College in Lampasas Hall. We are open Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm all summer long.
Freshmen are welcome to take any course the Honors College offers. If the class is full, check back during late registration as spots tend to open during this time. Browse our list of Current Course Offerings.
Section: 252 Professor: L. Ellis-Lai Day/Time: T 9:30-10:50 AM Location: LAMP 502B CRN:11124
Section: 253* Professor: L. Ellis-Lai Day/Time: T 11:00-11:50 AM Location: LAMP 501 CRN:11125
Section: 256 Professor: R. Haas Day/Time: W 11:00-11:50 AM Location: ASBN 353 CRN:17492
Section: 198* Professor: R. Haas Day/Time: W 3:30-4:20 PM Location: ASBN 353 CRN:1961Section: 250 Professor: M. Lemke Day/Time: W 10:00-10:50 AM Location: LAMP 501 CRN:11116
*Terry Scholars are urged to take one of these sections.
Students who joined after May 31st will not be able to register for honors classes for the Fall semester at New Student Orientation. However, you will be able to register for honors classes either at late registration or during the first week of classes.
This residential program is located in the recently rennovated Laurel Hall, conveniently located in central campus, and close to Lampasas, the home of the Honors College. In the Learning Community, students can participate in programming to get to know other students in Honors who have chosen to make a strong commitment to academics in a creative and engaging environment.
Note: The Learning Community still has open spaces for men! Women who would like to participate in the Learning Community can be put on a waiting list. If you would like to sign up for Laurel or be put on the waiting list, please contact email@example.com.
Please visit our Honors Learning Community page for more information.
The Honors College will be hosting several events and workshops to welcome our brand new freshmen!
For information on past events, please visit our Past Events page.
Stay tuned for information about upcoming events for freshmen.
Students who finish the first semester of their freshmen year with a GPA of 3.5 or above will be invited to join Alpha Lambda Delta. ALD is a national honor society for students who have met the following qualifications:
You can also visit the national Alpha Lambda Delta website.
This $3,500 scholarship is awarded annually in honor of Professor Merry Kone FitzPatrick. The number of awards given will depend on funding availability.
Application Procedures and Deadlines