More than 1000 students representing every department on campus participate in the Honors College at Boise State. These students are ambitious, hard-working and fully engaged in their education. Graduates from the program go on to receive national scholarships, land in top graduate schools around the world and begin exciting new careers.
What Makes Honors Unique?The Honors College provides students with opportunities in and out of the classroom to transform their experience at Boise State.
|Discussion-based classes that are normally capped at 25 students||A tight-knit community through our Honors House system||Priority consideration for scholarships, internships and leadership opportunities|
|Increased advising support||Outdoor and recreational excursions||Priority registration for classes|
|Research opportunities with Boise State’s leading professors||On-campus housing in the Honors Residential Hall (optional)||Recognition on transcripts, diplomas, and at commencement|
|Dedicated support for applications to the world’s most prestigious fellowships||Engagement with local, national and international communities through classes and service projects||Specialized funding for student research and international study|
|Professional development and career mentoring||Close contact with dedicated Honors faculty and staff||Enhanced library privileges|