FIRST-YEAR HONORS STUDENTS: Here are some resources created especially for you by your fellow Honors students and staff:
Everything Honors upperclassmen wish they'd known when they started out--from getting along with your roommate to where to find the best cheap comfort food in Cookeville
A map to guide you through your Honors path to graduation--see your various options for courses and other credit-bearing experiences
A Portrait of the Artist as an Associate Member answers the question, "What happens if my GPA drops? Do I get kicked out of Honors?"
Study Tips from Honors students who have been there and back
Resume writing for your first college-level resume
GRADUATING SENIORS: schedule your Honors exit interview meeting now! You may request an appointment by sending Dr. Barnes three possible times when you and your faculty mentor are available. Beat the rush and reserve your spot for early in the semester. Read about how to prepare for your essays for your exit interview in the handout available in the Honors office.
EVERYONE: Prepare for your best year yet in Honors: learn about the variety of ways to earn Honors course credit.
Honors resources for your future includes information on everything from preparing a professional resume to gaining the experience that will make that resume meaningful.
Talk to your Honors Faculty Liaison, a faculty member in your area of study who can help you tailor Honors experiences in your major. Your department's Honors Liaison can support your search for a research mentor who shares your interests, guide you in the preparation of a proposal for an Honors credit-bearing experience, and connect you with opportunities you might not know about!
See the links in the drop-down menu under "For Current Honors Students" for further details.
Let us know if you can't find what you are looking for. Our website is undergoing continual updating, and we're happy to hear suggestions that will make it easier to navigate and read.