The WVU Honors College has a number of full semester and eight-week courses available for the Spring 2023 semester. All courses are one-credit hour and open to all Honors College students. To register for one (or more) of these courses, login to STAR via the WVU Portal.
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These special topics courses will be taught in the 2022-2023 academic year. See the full list of Honors Faculty Fellows and their courses here.
This upcoming Spring we will be offering a variety of one-credit book study courses. These courses are being offered for the full semester, first eight weeks, or second eight weeks of the semester.
HONR 293 – Cyberpunk and Science Fiction
An advocate for improving access to mental health resources, Logan Riffey has been endorsed by West Virginia University for the prestigious British Marshall Scholarship.
The scholarship offers more than 40 young Americans the opportunity to study in the United Kingdom for two full-funded years toward a graduate degree.
This page provides information on selecting your Honors Foundations courses for the Spring 2023 semester, including how to see all available Honors courses in STAR, as well as course descriptions for select Honors courses. Honors EXCEL required courses are also listed below. Students, please consult your Honors program handbook for information on what courses are required to successfully complete your Honors program.
Check the Registrar's website for information on your priority registration date.
The Honors Recognition Deadlines: The deadline to apply for Honors Recognition in the December Commencement is Friday, Oct. 28, 2022, and students will receive a link to the form from Vickie Sigley on Monday, Sept. 26, 2022..
Students who have not applied for Honors recognition by October 21st will have their Honors Indicator removed, and the Honors Block will disappear from DegreeWorks.
A leader in experiential education at West Virginia University has been named director of the Honors College Experiential and Community Engaged Learning Program.
Clarissa Estep, teaching professor of political science and director of the International Studies Program, brings more than 15 years of involvement in the areas of service learning, professional field experience and education abroad to the position.