About the Honors Program
The Jacksonville University Honors Program is designed to challenge and stimulate academically-talented, highly-motivated students. Exposed to unique leadership and academic opportunities which round out their education, students are guided to reflect on their beliefs and values and set goals by beginning a personal development portfolio in the Honors Colloquium. Through course work and enrichment activities, select faculty and students create a close community that supports outstanding scholarship, personal growth and service within the University.
Advantages & Benefits
- Largest Academic Scholarships (William J. Porter Honors, Presidential Honors, Jacksonville University Honors)
- Mentorship in Personal and Professional Development
- Interdisciplinary Seminars
- Study Abroad and Cross-Cultural Experiences
- Student Scholars Community
- Personalized Advising from Honors Faculty
- Priority Registration
- Individualized Research Support
- Graduation with University Honors
JU Honors graduates have gone on to attend Yale University Law School, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and other prestigious graduate and professional schools. Many have earned graduate fellowships and scholarships. Others are building careers in business corporations, nonprofit organizations, hospitals, schools, scientific pursuits, public service roles, entrepreneurial endeavors, and the arts.
- Priority Deadline to Apply for Honors: November 17
- Honors Competition Days: December 1, 2017; January 19, 2018; February 9, 2018