Honors Program Webinar

Watch a recording of an Honors Program webinar. Laura Staudacher, Program Manager, will give a short presentation, and Honors Director, Dr. Maureen Thum, will answer questions. 

Click HERE to watch

Starting Honors in the Fall?

Wondering what courses you need to take for the Honors Program in your first semester? Click MORE! Having trouble registering for your Honors Program courses? Contact Laura Staudacher laurast@umich.edu

The Honors Program's combination of multi-disciplinary coursework and extensive hands-on research is designed to broaden students' perspectives.

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.

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Go on Exchange!

The National Student Exchange (NSE) provides opportunities for students to study for a semester or an academic year at another NSE member college or university in the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. With nearly 200 universities from which to choose, students should be able to find a campus with just the right combination of courses, facilities, and culture, to meet their personal and academic needs and interests.

Travel Abroad!

Would you like to go on exchange in Belguim, France, or Peru? Study abroad in Spain or China? Be involved in Service-Learning in Honduros or Kenya? Visit the Education Abroad Office for more information on trips like these and more! 

The Education Abroad Office offers one-on-one student advising for study abroad, pre-departure orientation, overseas health and safety support, information on funding opportunities, and can help you register your travel with the university travel registry. 

All students traveling abroad must register with WorldLink through the Education Abroad Office.

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