Scheduling Problems

Many Honors students have challenging schedules:  double or triple majors, taking time out for co-op or study abroad, balancing major curriculum requirements with internships or practica, rehearsals, community involvement--so you're not alone.  We're old hands at helping each other out. 

A few resources for Honors students who need a tailored approach to sorting things out:

  • Freshmen and sophomores:  Honors Graduate Assistant Lillian Crouse This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it had five majors (not all at once!) as an undergraduate Honors student here, and we're thrilled that she's back as our GA to help you out every day from 9:30-2 in the Honors Program office.
  • Help with HPEO: Mr. Michael Clark This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it , Associate Director of Honors.
  • Juniors and seniors, and students of any level planning study abroad, grad school, research, or other special concerns: Dr. Rita Barnes This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Please send three possible meeting times.
  • If you are a freshman, don't forget that you can also talk to your Big Sib.  Prospective students are encouraged to apply by filling out the Little Sibling form in your Honors application folder. 
  • Peer mentors in your Honors 1010 class are also trained to assist you or to refer you to a knowledgeable peer in the Honors community. They can help ev en when Honors 1010 is over--including spring semester.   And don't forget your Honors 1010 instructor.
  • The Honors Handbook very likely contains the answers to your questions!   Consult the Index.

 

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