This course may be taken prior to or during the same term.
Kugelman Honors Program
The UWF Honors Program offers unique living and learning opportunities for students in all majors. In addition to their regular coursework, Kugelman Honors scholars enroll in special interdisciplinary seminars led by the university's most accomplished faculty. Honors scholars also undertake a rigorous thesis project in which they explore a topic of lasting scholarly significance while working closely with a faculty advisor.
Benefits for participation in the program include early registration, small classes (average of 15 students), the option to live in Honors campus housing, admission to the Honors Seminar Series, social and cultural activities, opportunities for study abroad, scholarship opportunities, annotation on the UWF transcript of graduating as a Kugelman Honors Scholar, participation in the Honors Commencement Ceremony, and individual recognition during UWF’s Commencement exercises. Most importantly, Kugelman Honors scholars are part of the University's most vibrant living and learning community that fosters lifelong friendships and intellectual camaraderie among students and faculty alike. Admission to the Kugelman Honors Program is highly competitive. Students must submit an Honors Program Application and a letter of recommendation.
To qualify, applicants must meet both of the following entrance requirements:
- Rank in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating class or a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or higher
- An ACT composite score of 26 or higher or have a combined score of 1770 or higher on the SAT
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Students who earn a semester GPA of 3.90 or higher on a minimum of six semester hours of graded A-F course work at UWF are recognized on the President's List for that semester.
Students who earn a semester GPA of 3.50-3.89 on a minimum of six semester hours of graded A-F course work at UWF in any semester are recognized on the Dean's List for that semester.
Several colleges and departments of the University recognize meritorious achievement in appropriate ways.