Emily Krueger, Honors Health Sciences Major
Honors Program Scholarship Competition
Watch for YOUR Invitation!
2016 incoming freshmen admitted to the University of Michigan-Flint with a 3.7 high school GPA and 27 ACT or higher are eligible for this invitation only event.
Students will compete for 10 full-ride scholarships as well as laptop computers and other prizes. Invitations to register for the event will be sent at the end of December. Space is limited; registrations will be taken on a first come, first served basis.
Be sure to apply for acceptance at UM-Flint by submitting all necessary application information to the Office of Admissions by the December 1 deadline in order to be eligible.
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain!
Freshman/Sophomore - During the freshman and sophomore years, Honors students complete a core curriculum of four Honors courses. These courses encourage students to look beyond the confines of their own discipline to develop a more complex, multi-disciplinary perspective. Freshmen participate in an annual day-trip to the Festival Theater in Stratford, Canada.
Junior/Senior - The junior/senior phase is designed to promote independent study and scholarship within students' concentrations or major areas of specialization. Honors Advisors work closely with each student in planning the course of study for their concentration as well as planning for the final senior year project.
Off-Campus Study - Undergraduate research involves students working one-on-one with specialists in the field, both at UM-Flint and at campuses throughout the United States and the world. The off-campus study semester is funded by a scholarship of up to $3,000 and is usually taken the summer of the junior or senior year.
Honors Thesis - Following the Off-Campus Study Experience, students complete a thesis or creative project under the supervision of an Honors Advisor. The Honors Thesis or project is designed to provide expertise in the student's discipline and further enrichment of the student's curriculum.