The Honors Program was approved by the Augusta State University faculty in 1996. Open to students in every major and discipline, the Program offers talented, motivated students an enhanced learning experience more typical of a small, much more expensive, liberal arts college. We do this by providing:
The Honors Program seeks to challenge students intellectually, enhance their interpersonal communications skills and prepare them for a culturally diverse society. The course of study balances breadth and depth. It is not a separate degree program but is designed to augment the course work required for a degree. Successful completion of the program requirements culminates in an Honors Degree, a seal of distinction which lets prospective employers, graduate schools and professional schools know that the student has maintained a consistent record of excellence.
To see how well you might fit our program take our self-assessment.
The ASU Honors Program is affiliated with the National Collegiate Honors Council, the Southern Regional Honors Council, and the Georgia Collegiate Honors Council, making available to interested ASU students a variety of honors opportunities nationwide.
The Honors Program Office is located in University Hall 331.
The Honors Program has prepared me for Graduate School with its small class sizes, small student-to-faculty ratios, and interdisciplinary seminars.
2011 Alumna, Graduate student at Georgia State University