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Honors College Events

The Honors College hosts lectures and events throughout the year. 

See the full Honors College calendar here.

Honors Faculty Fellow Lectures 

The Honors College Faculty Fellows program encourages curricular innovation, giving faculty the opportunity to design new Honors College courses that also fit within the General Education Foundations (GEF) course framework. 

Each fall, the Honors Faculty Fellows give students and WVU community members the opportunity to learn more about a topic related to their Honors Foundations Courses. See the 2019 Honors Faculty Fellows Lecture Series schedule here.  

Honors College Early Move-In

All Honors College freshmen, regardless of where they live, are required to move-in one day early to participate in required Honors programming. See more about the Honors College Early Move-In schedule here.

Please note: like all early move-in programs, students living in on-campus housing are assessed a pro-rated early move-in fee. This fee will not appear on a student's bill until mid-August, after students have moved in. This fee varies based on the residence hall the student has selected, but is usually around $25. Please note that this fee is greatly reduced from the regular early move-in fee imposed on other students.  

Honors Foundations Program Recognition Event

Starting in 2020, students who complete the Honors Foundations Program (typically in their fourth semester of WVU) are invited to attend the Honors Foundations Program Recognition Event in the fall semester of their third year at WVU. See photos from the spring 2019 event.

Honors College Medallion Ceremony

All graduating seniors in the four year Honors College program who have completed their Honors College requirements are invited to attend the Honors College Medallion Ceremony, held the Thursday before graduation. Guests are welcome to attend.  Details on the Honors College Medallion Ceremony can be found here.

Please note: students must meet all graduation requirements and deadlines from the Registrar's Office, as well as their academic college, in order to graduate. Students apply separately to receive Honors College recognition.