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  • Trevor Moyo's thesis research involved surveying
  • Prestigious National Awards
    won through our
    Undergraduate Fellowships Office
  • We will host our signature study abroad trip to Italy again in summer 2016: 615-494-7767
  • Logan Whiles is doing his thesis research project on Clouded Leopards at the Nashville Zoo
  • Advising in the Honors College Dorm, Lyon Hall
  • Some students do a Creative Project for their capstone thesis
  • Fulbright winners
    to Spain and Laos
  • Honors student Joseph Mosqueda working on his thesis research project


Each year the University Honors College hosts an awards ceremony and reception to recognize important individual accomplishments. Awards presented include those for the outstanding freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior students. The Honors faculty choose the winners. A number of competitive scholarships and special recognitions for faculty and friends of the Honors College are also presented.

Students receive a certificate upon completion of lower-division honors requirements (20 semester hours). Students graduating from the Honors College receive a bronze medallion (replica of the Honors College seal), a certificate of graduation, and recognition as an Honors College graduate on both the diploma and college transcript

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