New Students

Welcome New Honors Students!

Congratulations on your admittance to the Honors College! Built around an excellent interdisciplinary curriculum, the College offers outstanding students a long list of opportunities including social and cultural activities, foreign study, exciting internships, and research mentoring.

Honors Orientation and Workshops

The Honors College offers three sessions of the mandatory New Student Workshop during the summer for newly admitted Honors students. 

At this workshop, you will

  • receive detailed information about the Honors curriculum and requirements
  • engage with Honors advisors, faculty, staff, and Honors students and alumni
  • learn about exciting programs and opportunities exclusively available to Honors College students!

New Student Workshops will take place on the following dates from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. 

  • June 22nd (in-person)
  • July 20th (in-person)
  • August 17th (virtual via Zoom)

Note: Entering first year (freshmen) and transfer students must still complete Virtual Orientation and Orientation/Academic Advising. Click here for more information.

Students who attend the Honors First Year Orientation on May 31st & June 1st are exempt from attending the workshop.

New Student Workshop Video – August 17, 2022

Honors College Academic and Registration Information:

Students who have accepted their admission to the Honors College will be activated as Honors students so that they may register for an Honors course for the Fall semester. Your enrollment date is based on your status (Freshman and Transfer students receive access at FIU Orientation; Current FIU students can enroll during Fall registration*).

Please view the video that corresponds to your admit type, to get detailed information on what to register for as an Honors student.

Freshman Students:

Transfer and Current FIU Students:

*Only current FIU students who apply and get admitted to the Honors College by March 1st will receive Priority Registration for Fall.

How to register for an Honors course: