Starting Fall 2017, students entering WVU will be considered for the new Honors Foundation Program, a two-year Honors program designed to enrich students’ first years on campus.
This program is designed for first-time freshmen, and will complement their academic programs in their majors, while fostering community and service in Honors, WVU, Morgantown, West Virginia, and the world.
Benefits of Joining the Honors Foundations Program
of General Education Foundation (GEF) and introductory major courses
- Access to
innovative Honors topics courses
- Honors classes that focus on
enrichment instead of acceleration
- Inclusion in an
Honors community—including Honors housing, peer leadership
opportunities, and co-curricular programming—designed to make the large campus
for classes before general population students
right in your major
graduation, and on your transcript
- Participation in rewarding
- Connections with other Honors students—some of the best and brightest on a world-class research campus!
Ready to apply?
Learn more about our admission benchmarks and how to apply on our Honors Foundations Program Admission page.