Established in 2005, the Center for Honors, Scholars and Leadership enriches the university campus through academic opportunity, scholarship, leadership, civic engagement and community service. The seven university programs that operate out of the center bring together diverse and active students who share a common goal of making the most of their college academic experience.
The University Honors Program, Life of the Mind, McNair Scholars Program, President’s Leadership Program, Reisher Family Scholarship Program and Stryker Institute for Leadership Development each has its own eligibility requirements and distinctive program characteristics. The Schulze Endowment fosters a university-wide interest in interdisciplinary studies with various activities. Collectively, the seven programs provide a broad spectrum of academic enrichment opportunities for students on the university campus.
See for yourself how the Center for Honors, Scholars and Leadership can help you get the most out of your University of Northern Colorado experience.
Applications for incoming Freshmen now being accepted for the University Honors Interdisciplinary Program. Priority Deadline is March 1.
Are you looking for Honors Societies?
Click below for a link to the Honors Societies currently chartered at the University of Northern Colorado. Honors societies are are extra-curricular organizations, often tied in with national organizations, many of which have dues. The Honors Program, on the other hand, is a curricular program that is included on your diploma and transcript, and does not include any dues.