Take learning to a higher level
While all students are urged to take an active role in their education, Honors College students lead the way. They aren’t satisfied with high GPAs — they are driven to know the whys and hows and strive to make the world a better place.
Honors International Impact
Honors College students have many opportunities to participate in study abroad courses and substantial international research and service programs. As an Honors student, we hope the question is not “if you will study abroad,” but “where are you going to go?” See where Honors students have been studying, researching, and serving in the interactive map below.
Honors in the News
During the Freedom To Serve course, Jacob Byrd was able to connect with Dr. James Douglas’ friend Vik Chhabra, a Captains for Clean Water activist who works closely with former WINK News reporter and leader of For Truth Media Chris Grisby. They immediately loved his attitude and gave him the opportunity in helping with their mission: getting the community accurate and truthful information, especially about the Florida water crisis and algal bloom, so that the proper changes can be made to keep Florida healthy and strong and leave our community intact.
"Sieger was one of 15 undergraduates chosen from across the United States by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Washington, D.C., for 2018-19 funding to study abroad. An art and English double-major, she is studying Chinese language and culture at Soochow University."
We're so proud of Honors College alum Jamie Gaitor for all his success and are excited to see what's ahead for him. Honors Development Grants assisted Jamie in his academic career.
A group of Honors students and staff participated in a three-day immersion program in Immokalee, Fla., working with nonprofit organizations in the community.
15 students study, bring aid and explore the Peruvian Amazon alongside leaders of the Honors College and the Office of Undergraduate Scholarship.
Congratulations to the 6 Honors students among 10 Eagles inducted into the FGCU Hall of Fame in 2018.
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