The Honors Program gives academically talented students an enriched, stimulating learning opportunity at JWU. Honors students explore engaging, challenging coursework, as well as exciting career and education opportunities outside the classroom.
Potential benefits include preference for on-campus interviews, membership in various national honor societies, tutorial positions, resident assistant positions and early graduation through accelerated coursework. Upon successful completion of the program, you will have an Honors designation on your diploma and transcript and walk with Honors regalia at graduation.Requirements You must have maintained a B+ or better average and achieved ACT/SAT scores above the national average or equivalent.
Coursework Depending on your field of study, Honors courses may include Quantitative Analysis, Honors English Composition, Honors Communication Skills, Honors Economics, Honors Leadership and others. All classes on the North Miami Campus are eligible to be taken as Honors designation and are assigned as H-Option. SHARP-eligible applicants may also register for H-Option courses.
Applying We encourage applicants to enter during the fall term of their freshman year. If you do not enter the university as an Honors Student, you may still apply for the Honors Program if you have a 3.4 grade point average after your first term. Honors Program Application (81K PDF)
For more information, contact Petas Bonaparte, Honors coordinator, at 305-892-7649.
An honors student, Jonathan Bye '08 worked with his peers to coordinate a
presentation by former politician Charles Wilson, whose exploits were
the subject of the recent film, Charlie Wilson’s War. read more