The Honors Program at DU
The University of Denver offers a challenging Honors Program for talented students who seek an advanced liberal education, lively dialogue with their peers and faculty on important issues, study abroad in first-rate universities, and inspiring in-depth work in their majors. The aim of the program is to challenge students to cultivate strong habits of critical thinking, creativity, and scholarship and to offer close support for advanced work. Students in the Honors Program have the best of both worlds: the small classes and close community of a liberal arts college and the opportunities and resources of a research university.
Our community is composed of around 350 talented and motivated students who reflect all majors and diverse interests. They are involved in all aspects of university life, often participating in the Pioneer Leadership Program, and other LLCs and organizations on campus. Many join us as already accomplished Boettcher Scholars. Most students also choose to live on the Honors floor. Upon successfully completing the program, our students graduate with University Honors. Along the way, they benefit from a stimulating academic and social community that allows them to make the most of their undergraduate experience.
Congratulations Honors graduates! Awards and recognition for members of the Honors Program, 2015 - Kudos!
The Voltaire Society
Voltaire had a great night at the Oscars. Now it's time for spring quarter fun. Plans include a trip to the Magical Creatures Exhibit at the Museum of Nature and Science, Dining Out for Life, and a Friday night film series. Contact student organizers Maggie Sava or Bryce Anderson-Gregson. For more information on The Voltaire Society.
The schedule for Winter and Spring quarters is on the Extreme Academics webpage and the Extreme Academics group on Facebook.
Mandatory Incoming Student Orientation: Monday, September 7th at 9:00 am in Sturm Hall's Lindsay Auditorium. Parents welcome.
Learn about your honors opportunities and requirements, meet your cohort members, and hear from current honors students.