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Honors Program

The Honors Program at UWRF (HP@UWRF) provides an academic and social community for students who have outstanding records of academic achievement and who seize opportunities to pursue knowledge in a variety of subjects, interact socially with like-minded students, engage with their communities, and develop leadership skills and leadership potential.

Students in the HP@UWRF enjoy the following benefits:

  • A customized curriculum
  • Priority registration
  • Honors advising
  • Use of an Honors interaction space/student lounge
  • Connections with dedicated faculty
  • Optional Honors housing available
  • A notation on your transcript showing completion of the program
  • And more!

Please note that the HP@UWRF is not like an AP or Honors program you find in high school where you complete extra work or take several additional classes to graduate with Honors.  At UWRF, we cater your Honors Program to your course requirements so that nearly all of the classes you take to complete the Honors Program count toward graduation.

If you have any compliments, suggestions, information or concerns about the Honors Program, please let us know using this process.

If you need to report any of the following concerns, visit our Report It! website: sexual assault, violence or discrimination; bias or hate incidents; or general student concerns.

Click here to view the entire Honors Program Booklet

Ask us a Question

 

Upcoming Events: 

Art Therapy Night
Tuesday, November 21
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
137 Hagestad Hall
*Pre-registration required

Game/Movie Night
Tuesday, December 5
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
139 Hagestad Hall

Star Wars at the Falls Theater
Thursday, December 14
7:00 p.m. showing
Tickets for Honors Program members only
Pre-registration required, tickets limited

Contact Us

Honors Program

honors@uwrf.edu

715-425-3304

M-F, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

139 Hagestad Hall