FIU Honors College Citizenship info

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Graduating from the FIU Honors College demonstrates a dedication to community and service as well as academic excellence. Sr. Coordinator of Student Programs & Honors Hall Fellow Umer Rahman explains the Honors College Citizenship and Volunteer hours requirements in this new video by Honors student Nicole Malanga. If you have any further questions please reach out to Umer at …

Graduating with Honors

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Welcome back students! Are you interested in applying to the Honors College? Academic Advisor Grisel D’Elena gives an overview of what it takes to graduate in the FIU Honors College. For more information contact her at: 305-348-4100.

Accessing Your Fall 2017 Course Syllabus

Stephanie Fernandez Feature, How To

As Summer comes to an end and the Fall 2017 semester comes to a start, it is important to be prepared and ready by having access to your Honors course syllabus. In order to view your courses’ syllabus, follow these instructions: 1. Click here to access the Class Schedules page. Make sure the semester tab is selected for Fall 2017. …

Deadline Extended for ARCH 2017-2018

Stephanie Fernandez Deadlines, Feature, Research

The deadline for ARCH 2017-2018 has been extended to August 18, 2017. The ARCH program provides opportunities for Honors College students to engage in supervised research and creative projects under the supervision of FIU faculty experts from all academic areas. You can complete the ARCH registration form by clicking here. Guidelines for the ARCH Program: Students must be currently enrolled …

Congratulations to our 2017 Summer Graduates!

Stephanie Fernandez Feature, Spotlight

Congratulations to our 2017 Summer Graduates! The Honors College at FIU is a community of dedicated scholars—outstanding students and committed teachers—who work together in an atmosphere usually associated with small private colleges, but with all of the resources of a major state university. Graduating from the Honors College is a significant distinction and is earned by those who are eager …

Honors College Capital Campaign 2017

Susan Davies Feature, Spotlight

The Honors College is a vibrant, expanding, enthusiastic and engaged community of young scholars from every field, mentored to be tomorrow’s leaders. A dynamic laboratory of cutting-edge teaching and learning, the College provides a transformative undergraduate education. Our 25-year journey has brought us to a pivotal moment as we prepare to move Honors housing and student support into an integrated, …

Launch of Our New Website

Susan Davies Feature, Spotlight

The Honors College is proud to announce the launch of our new website. Our goal with this new website is to provide our visitors with a simple way to access information about FIU’s Honors College. The new website is interactive and organized allowing visitors to easily find their way around. There are many small changes and many more impactful ones, …

Fall 2017-Spring 2018 Courses

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Registration for Fall 2017-Spring 2018 is open and filling up fast! Honors students receive priority registration and should take advantage to plan their schedules accordingly. Students register for Honors College courses through their MyFIU portal. If the desired course requires departmental consent, students may contact the Honors College for assistance in their registration. Honors College courses are yearlong (or two …

Study Abroad Registration is Open!

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2018 Registration is Now Open! Mondays-Fridays from 9:00AM to 4:30PM Each study abroad program fulfills one year (6 credits) of Honors credit requirements. Note that all programs are Spring/Summer, except for Costa Rica: Fall/Fall mini-term (winter break.) Cambodia-Vietnam: Their Place in American History This is an interdisciplinary service-research program. During the spring semester, students are introduced to features of Cambodian and …