Many Engineering students are invited to apply for membership in the Honors Program. The Program is designed to provide special learning opportunities for academically talented students. Students may take as many as 15 credit hours of honors courses during their freshman year. There are three levels of participation in the Program: full, associate, or affiliate memberships.
To become a member you must meet one of these requirements:
- High School students with a composite ACT score of 26 or higher who have applied for admission to the University are invited to apply for full membership.
- Transfer students with an ACT composite of 26 or higher and a college QPA of 3.5 should talk to the Honors' Director about transferring into the Honors Program.
- Out-of-state students with an ACT or equivalent SAT score of 26 or higher and a high school QPA of 3.5 may be eligible for the Honors Academic Scholarship that waives out-of-state tuition fees.
- Students already enrolled at TTU who have completed 12 semester hours of college course work with a cumulative quality point average of 3.5 or better may be invited to apply for full membership in the Honors Program.
To learn more about the Honors Program visit Honors.