University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Small Classes: Honors courses are capped at 20 to 25 students, which allows for significant discussion and interaction between faculty and other students. Innovative Classes: Students in the College have the opportunity to take interdisciplinary, team-taught seminars on cutting-edge topics that are specially designed for and limited to Honors students. Early Registration: Students active in the College are permitted to register for classes early to coordinate Honors offerings with their other courses. Community: The Honors community is special in that its members come from the University’s four colleges while sharing a commitment to academic excellence and personal and intellectual challenges. It is a diverse, energetic group that likes to work and spend time together, and its student association, the UHSA, plans social events and service opportunities that enrich the Honors College and connect students with the campus and surrounding community. Honors Floor: Honors students have the opportunity to live on the second floor of South Scott Hall, where they enjoy the convenience of the halls location, the many activities that are offered there, and a sense of community with other Honors residents.