GO BEYOND AND EXPERIENCE THE HONORS COLLEGE
For more than fifty years, the University of Utah has offered Honors programs. The Honors College Curriculum and Community give students unique opportunities to learn to think critically and to develop excellent communication skills and problem solving.
The Honors College at the University of Utah is a place for motivated, engaged students to make a difference and impact the world. Here students get the most out of their college education with excellent professors who love to teach, small discussion based classes, and active learning.
Integrated Pathways & MINORS
Integrated Minors fulfill all honors requirements around a theme, while living and working with a group of students in Utah, on campus and abroad.
Honors Integrated Minors
Build Your Own Pathway
Honors students work with special advisors over their undergraduate career to select interesting coursework to complete the degree. Individualized plans can include Praxis Labs, our yearlong real-world problem solving courses.
PRAXIS LABS AT
THE HONORS COLLEGE
Honors College Praxis Labs draw students from all disciplines to collaborate on innovative project-based
solutions to pressing societal challenges. Under the guidance of distinguished faculty and community leaders,
you and your colleagues analyze your topic through in-depth classroom and field research such as lectures,
panels, one-on-one interviews, readings and off-campus trips.
Visit the Honors College
NEWS & EVENTS
Fifth Season Book Discussions
Let us get together to chat about our Honors College summer reading: Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin Leaders from across […]Read More
Utahn Conversations at the University of Utah – Invitation for Student Hosts
Utahn Conversations at the University of Utah – Invitation for Student Hosts This summer, we have seen our communities, here […]Read More
Honors College Anti-Racism Statement and Actions
Honors College Anti-Racism Statement and ActionsDear Honors Community:Malcolm X said:Education is an important element in the struggle for human rights. […]Read More