Being a part of the Honors community has its benefits:
- Personalized Attention — With small class sizes, all Shawnee State students receive personalized attention from faculty. As an Honors student, you are matched with an Honors Mentor, a special faculty member who provides advice and support throughout your education.
- Experiential Learning — Honors students receive up to $1,000 to support education outside of the classroom. This money can be used for field study, Study Abroad, clinical experiences, participation in apprenticeships, fellowships, internships, or practicums, or other activities that enhance education.
- Priority Registration — Honors students receive priority registration dates, helping you tailor your schedule to best meet your education goals and timeline.
- Honors & Scholars Living Learning Community — You may apply to live in special campus housing with your Honors peers, helping you make friends who share your passion for learning.
- Co-curricular Experience — As an Honors student, each semester you will have an opportunity to participate in learning events such as special field trips and related activities.
- Research — You will have the opportunity each year to participate in research and present your work at our Honors Symposia.
- Honors Curriculum — Honors students take the Introduction to Honors course, 9-12 credits of independent study courses that are specially tailored to help you get the most from your education, and complete the Honors capstone.
- Honors Regalia — When it's time to graduate, we want you to proudly celebrate your achievements. Honors students receive a special medal worn during commencement.