Life in the Honors Program

A community of scholars

Life in Honors is defined by community. Here, you'll live and work with a group of motivated scholars who share your passion for education.

Through service learning, coursework, Honors activities, and more, you'll fulfill your potential while making lifelong friends.

Honors advantages

There are also certain advantages to being an Honors student. Privileges include:

  • rich, engaging community
  • early enrollment for courses
  • small classes with lots of discussion
  • individual advisement for Honors requirements
  • extended library privileges
  • working with similarly motivated students
Aspen Crossing 

Housing options 

Living in Honors housing is a great way to make friends with similar interests and enjoy Honors Program benefits—like 24-hour quiet rules and classrooms in your residence hall.

  

Group shot of students 

Activities and events 

Life at the university isn’t all books and studying. We have great events and activities designed to help you bond with your fellow Honors students, explore Flagstaff, grow as a person, and have fun.

  

Group Shot in Aspen Crossing 

Honors community 

Joining the Honors Program means you’ll be joining a close-knit community of scholars who strive for excellence inside and outside of the classroom. Learn how you can get involved. 

  

Dining Group 

The people of the Honors Program 

If you’re wondering what kind of people you can expect to meet in the program, here’s a glimpse of a few of our students, faculty, and alumni.