The Honors Program in the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR)  is a great way for our students to challenge themselves and enhance their academic experience. There are two main components of our Honors Program (both of which are required):

  1. An individualized study plan: Students in the Honors Program choose an area of specific interest, and work with their faculty advisor to craft a study plan which is tailored to that interest.
  2. A research project: Students in the Honors Program will work with their faculty advisor to conduct a research project and write an honors research thesis.

The Honors Program in SENR is flexible and diverse, and there are several pathways to take to become an Honors student. However, for a sense of the general timeline and details of how a student would progress through the Honors Program, click here.

Click on the buttons below to learn more about the SENR Honors program; from the application process to graduating with Honors Research Distinction.

Membership Criteria:


Your Honors Study Plan:


Your Research:


Graduating From Honors:


For a quick list of necessary Honors forms/links, click here.