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applying for scholarships such as the Rhodes, Fulbright, Goldwater, Truman, Marshall, and Udall Scholarships, and many others. Students interested should attend scholarship informational workshops regularly scheduled by the Honors Program, and they should contact the Honors Office for further information. CONTINUATION REQUIREMENTS Honors students are required to maintain a min- imum cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.30 and are required to complete three hours of Honors credit each semester (excluding summer term). Honors Probation: Students whose cumula- tive GPA falls between 3.00 and 3.29 will be placed on Honors Probation, which allows them the opportunity to raise their GPA while enjoying the benefits of the Honors Program. Students must earn a minimum GPA of 3.30 each semester they are on Honors Probation and must raise their cumulative GPA to 3.30 within two semesters. First semester freshman will be placed on Honors Probation if their GPA falls between 2.70 and 3.29 and must also earn a minimum semester GPA of 3.30 for each semester they are on Honors Probation. First semester freshman have until the end of their fourth semester to raise their cumulative GPA to 3.30. Students who fail to meet these requirements will be dropped from the program. Participation Requirements: Full-time Honors students must complete three credit hours of Honors coursework each fall and spring semes- ter. Part-time Honors students must complete three credit hours of Honors coursework for every 15 credit hours completed during fall and spring semester. Students who complete more than three hours of honors credit may use these hours toward the fulfillment of this participation requirement in a later semester. Honors students who complete 24 hours of Honors coursework are exempt from fur- ther participation requirements. Students can meet these participation requirements by enrolling in Honors sections of regular courses, Honors Colloquia, Independent Honors Study, Undergraduate Research Participation or through an In-Course Honors Contract. Details about apply- ing for In-Course Honors Contracts are available through the Honors Office. All In-Course Contracts are due in the Honors Office no later than the 15th day of the fall or spring semester. Suspension for Non-Participation: Honors students who do not meet the participation requirement for the fall or spring semester will be placed on Honors Suspension for the upcoming semester. Honors students on suspension may not participate in the early registration period and will be assigned to a later registration date. To regain good standing, suspended Honors students must complete three hours of Honors credit during the semester they are on Honors Suspension. Honors students who do not meet this requirement, or who subsequently fail to meet the participation require- ment will be dropped from the program and will not be eligible for readmission.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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