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Benefits of the Honors College - Columbus State University

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Honors College

Benefits of the Honors College

The CSU Honors College is designed for high achieving students committed to engaging in their discipline through experiential learning and creative scholarship. The college allows its students to design an engaging collegiate experience that takes learning to a new level. As an Honors student, you will have access to:

Honors Coursework
Attend small classes devoted to learning via academic discourse with professors & motivated students, rather than passive listening in large lectures
Priority Registration for Classes
Access early class registration for flexibility in planning academic schedules to maximize opportunities for internships, service projects, and research experiences
Honors Housing
Live on our beautiful downtown campus on a floor designed to give you the peace of mind you need and keep you connected to other Honors students
Study Abroad
Gain a global perspective in and beyond your discipline by utilizing honors designated scholarships to help defray expenses
Honors Seminars and Enrichment Courses
Experience cultural, social, and interdisciplinary events to connect with other honor students outside your discipline
Honoris Causa Membership
Join with other honors students in developing projects to serve our campus and community, while maintaining a forum for discussing current campus events and honors course offerings
Academic Engagement and Undergraduate Research and Publication Opportunities
Develop research or creative projects in your favorite courses under the guidance of specialized faculty mentors
Career Advancement
Mentors and designated honors advisors help you build a portfolio of internships, conferences, and research experiences
Honors Seal
Receive this coveted seal on your diploma and graduate with a specialized stole on your regalia to showcase your accomplishments

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