The Honors College

is a diverse community of undergraduates who want to gain the most from their educational experiences. Being an Honors student will push you further than you’ve ever gone before, putting all your skills and perseverance to the test. But the rewards are greater than you can imagine. Are you ready to accept the challenge?

Learn More

Spring & Fall 2024

2024 Applications are now open

The Honors College application is now open for Spring and Fall 2024. Applications to begin the Honors College in Spring 2024 are due January 1st. If you are an incoming freshman or transfer student for Fall 2024 and would like the opportunity to apply for scholarships or freshman housing in the Honors Residential Learning Community, please apply by March 20, 2024.

The final deadline for Fall 2024 admissions is June 30, 2024 at 11:59 PM Central Time.

Honors College Events

Curious about our upcoming events? This link will take you to our Events calendar for the current semester.

View the events calendar

Request a Presentation

Interested in having your class learn more about the Honors College? The button will take you to our form where you can sign up to request a presentation from an Honors Advocate.

Request a presentation


If you are a new student to the Honors College, you're probably wondering what you need to do before your first semester with us. We've compiled a quick and simple guide just for you.

Spring 2023 issue of Veneratio now available

Veneratio returns for Spring 2023 and details new happenings within the Honors College as well as student reflections on campus-wide developments. Read about new Honors staff members/positions, a student's perspective on Dr. Cowley's first year, and much more!

Read the newsletter

Honors Research Symposium

Congratulations to all our presenters at the Spring 2023 Honors Research Symposium.

Symposium Abstracts
Nibi Khadka in Washington D.C.

The Archer Fellowship

The Archer Fellowship Program provides graduate and undergraduate students from across The University of Texas System with a unique opportunity to live, learn, and intern in our nation’s capital during the summer. Washington, D.C. offers unparalleled opportunities for career development and cultural enrichment. While in D.C., students earn in-residence UT Arlington credit for their coursework and gain hands-on work experience in an internship. The Archer Fellowship Program is tailored to students’ own personal and intellectual interests, which allows them to connect their developing expertise to policy and public service.

Caroline King

Student Profiles

Meet Caroline

"I went looking for the Honors College after receiving my acceptance letter and applied as soon as I could."

Upcoming Events