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Whether you are an incoming first-year student, a transfer student or a continuing student at the University of Colorado Boulder, there is no separate application process for the College of Arts and Sciences Honors Program.
What does it mean to participate in the Honors Program?
For most students, participating in the Honors Program means taking our courses. Honors-qualified students can also choose to live in the Honors Residential Academic Program. Juniors and seniors can choose to undertake an honors thesis in order to graduate with Latin honors.
The Honors Program also hosts a coffee hour, speaker series, film and television showings, and more.
Students in the College of Engineering and Applied Science should also consider applying for the Engineering Honors Program, while students in the Leeds School of Business can apply for the Leeds Scholars Program. Qualified students from other CU-Boulder colleges and schools are always welcome to participate in the Honors Program, although our curriculum may not lend itself as well to their academic requirements.
All students interested in participating in the Honors Program should read our Frequently Asked Questions about Admission.
The Honors Program is included in the Be A CU-Boulder Student for a Day Program. Anyone interested in our campus should try to attend one of their sessions.