If you have specific questions regarding an Honors course, your particular Honors sequence of courses, opportunities to help you achieve your post-graduate goals, or general questions about Honors, our Honors Advisor can help you.

The Honors Advisor does not advise on courses to complete your major; those questions are best handled by your College Academic Advisor.

To schedule an appointment (In-person or virtual)

Please check your email on a regular basis for updates from our office. The Honors Weekly Update is sent on Fridays during the Fall and Spring. We advertise course offerings, volunteer opportunities, social events, and scholarships and more! The Honors Advisor will email important dates and information directly to you, on occasion, as well.


Advising Resources

    • Undergraduate Catalog - Browse curriculum requirements and courses.
    • Forms - To appeal a requirement or design your own honors track, start by reviewing the Petition for Exceptions form.
    • Graduation: Final steps! 
    • Honors Course Sequences - Recommendations about when or in what order to complete honors course requirements.
    • Honors Curriculum Paths  - Overview of honors requirements and options.
    • Planning Sheet - To plan your honors course of study. Update this sheet (or create one that works for you) before each advising appointment. Make notes about topics you want to discuss with the advisor.
    • Schedule of Courses - To find all Honors College and department honors courses, browse schedule by term, and type "honors" into the Attribute field.
    • Types of Honors Courses - Multiple ways to earn honor credit.
    • Voluntary Withdrawal - Let us know you want to withdraw from Honors using this form.

University Offices and Information - by no means an exhaustive list:

      • Academic Calendar - deadlines for enrollment, dropping classes, and semester beginning and ending dates.
      • Academic Honesty and Academic Appeals policy - including how to appeal a grade assigned in an HNRS seminar.
      • Career Accelerator - Help with your resume, interviewing skills, and finding the right career path.
      • Counseling and Prevention Services - Mental and emotional guidance, decision-making, interpersonal conflict, disabilty and ADHD testing, and further help.
      • F1rst Gen Shockers - resources, including a student organization, for students who are the first in the family to attend a university. 
      • Office of Diversity & Inclusion - Open to all students, offers programming thoughout the year as well as a study space in the RSC. 
      • Office of Student Success - Meet with a Success Coach, find a tutor, money management,  and more. 
      • Registrar’s Office - Academic regulations and official forms.
      • SEAL - Student Engagement, Advocacy & Leadership offers multiple programs, including leadership programs offering Honors credit hours, supports the National Study Abroad program, and is home to Shocker Sync, the database of student organizations. 
      • Shocker Support Locker - Food, clothing, toiletries, and baby/family products.
      • Student Support Services - Programs to help students who are first-gen and/or limited income be successful in college. The Honors Academic Advisor was a part of this program and highly recommends.