The Honors College offers a singular experience that enables students to explore innovative and unique ways of understanding the world. In addition to special benefits, the experience also comes with high expectations in terms of academic performance and coursework. Please review the below resources for more information about the college and how to be successful within our community.
Honors College Academic Plan Worksheet
Working on what classes to take and when? Print out this worksheet as it can help you figure out when to take what Honors College classes. Honors College advisers may also use this in advising meetings. Questions? Please visit the Honors College front desk to set up an appointment with an Honors College advisor. Read more about Honors College Academic Plan Worksheet »
Honors Course Plan for Nursing Majors
Attached is a potential curricular path for Nursing majors in the Honors College. Please see your Honors College or nursing advisor to discuss if this plan will work for you. Read more about Honors Course Plan for Nursing Majors »
Thesis Advisor/Advisee Recommended Guidelines
Does your thesis advisor have questions? Check out this helpful tip sheet! Read more about Thesis Advisor/Advisee Recommended Guidelines »
Feeling Stressed? Need to Talk with Someone?
Mental health professionals in the University Health Services Counseling Center can help college students to address these (and other) issues in constructive ways, so that students are able to reach their full potential and make the most of their college experience. Read more about Feeling Stressed? Need to Talk with Someone? »
College of Science and Mathematics Major Four-Year Plans
In an effort to allow students to map out their major requirements and graduation requirements, the Honors College and the CSM Student Success Center has created four year graduations plans for nearly every CSM major. The Four-Year Plans were designed in consultation with CSM departments and reflect the suggested progression of courses to maximize each major's offerings. Please note that these are suggested plans, not required. They provide a framework for understanding degree requirements and do not guarantee graduation. Please consult with an Honors College or CSM advisor for more information. Read more about College of Science and Mathematics Major Four-Year Plans »
Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Programs
Earn a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in as little as five years. Read more about Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Programs »