Welcome, incoming freshmen! We’re so excited to see you at Orientation on Wednesday, August 21 and Thursday, August 22. Please refer to your email for an important and detailed message sent on May 21 from Rex Roberts, Director of Honors Advising, regarding how to prepare for Orientation. If you did not receive this email, please contact Rex Roberts as soon as possible via firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must meet with an Honors advisor during your Orientation session. The best way to do this is to join us in the Burnett Honors College building for a group meeting at 10:30 AM on Day 1, which will cover important information that you need to know, including Honors requirements, benefits, and available resources. Please plan to arrive on campus no later than 10 AM on Day 1 of your session in order to attend this meeting. By 10:30 AM, please arrive at the Burnett Honors College building and check in at the front desk, where you will be directed to the location of our meeting. After it ends at 11 AM, you and your guests will be free to get lunch before the formal Orientation program begins at 12 PM in the Pegasus Grand Ballroom in the Student Union. See you soon!
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What Are You Interested In?
I would like to enhance my education by becoming an active participant in research and complete my own thesis.
I would like to travel abroad to make an impact on global communities and immerse myself in an academic and cultural experience.
I would like to get involved with the Honors community and meet other Honors students.
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UCF Students Recognized as Future Scientific Leaders
Two UCF Honors Scholars, Christopher Clifford and Zoe Barbeau, have been awarded the Astronaut Scholarship for 2019. The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, created in 1984 by Mercury 7 astronauts, recognizes talented STEM students in their junior or senior year of college who intend to pursue research or advance their field after graduation. Awards are up to […]
Goldwater Scholar Takes Root At UCF
Katie Stahlhut, a UCF biology major, University Honors/Honors in the Major student and National Merit Scholar, recently got a boost for her scientific aspirations, receiving the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship. Established by Congress in 1986, the scholarship, named for former U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater, provides up to $7,500 a year in support of undergraduate students intending […]
Meet Henry: a rising Ad/PR junior, Ad Club president, and a UCF social media ambassador I am originally from Tallahassee. I came into UCF and BHC as an engineering student and even though I did well my first year, I decided last summer that it was not something I was passionate about, so then I made […]