Students in the Honors College are provided with a number of distinct benefits afforded them for their sustained membership. These include a scholarship, Honors Living Learning Communities in the residential halls, smaller class sizes for honors courses, interesting interdisciplinary Honors Seminars, early course registration privileges and extended library borrowing, exclusive computer labs and study lounges within the Honors College, and opportunities for travel support to present at conferences or study abroad. All Honors students have access to the full resources of the Office of National Scholarships at Marshall University. The office has had demonstrable success helping students from across the campus navigate and ultimately win highly competitive national scholarships. These include the Fulbright, Boren, and Gates Cambridge, which have demanding application processes. The Office of National Scholarships helps all students find nationally-competitive scholarship programs that are a good fit with them and their professional goals. They assist students to stay up-to-date with deadlines and guide them throughout the application process.