Giving to the Honors Program
The College of Arts and Sciences Honors Program provides a wide variety of opportunities for academically motivated undergraduate students to connect with exceptional faculty and peers. These opportunities include taking Honors Program courses, graduating with Latin honors through the writing and defense of an honors thesis and the possibility of having their work published in our highly respected Honors Journal. Gifts to these funds help us to maintain and build Honors Program opportunities for CU Boulder undergraduate students and to fund activities that enhance our community of student scholars.
Norlin Library, home of the Honors Program.
- The Van Gerven First Generation Merit Scholarship in the Honors Program (CU Fund #0123612): Named for Claudia and Dennis Van Gerven in recognition of their longstanding support for the Honors Program, this scholarship aids in the recruitment of first-generation students from Colorado who are of high academic promise and who intend to participate in the College of Arts and Sciences Honors Program. Add your gift to this fund.
- Honors Program Fund (CU Fund #0121018): This fund provides enrichment support for Honors Program activities including field trips to cultural events, sending Honors Program representatives to the annual convention of the National Collegiate Honors Council, and purchasing instructional materials. Add your gift to this fund.
- Honors Journal Undergraduate Publication Fund (CU Fund #0123453): This fund supports the student-run Honors Journal, an interdisciplinary publication showcasing the best creative and scholarly work CU Boulder’s undergraduates have to offer. Expenses paid with this fund include the printing of the journal as well as advertising and circulation. Add your gift to this fund.
- Honors Program Endowed Fund (CU Fund #0151213): This fund will provide merit-based scholarships for undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences Honors Program at the University of Colorado Boulder. Add your gift to this fund.