Leadership in Adventure Education Opportuniteis

Want to develop leadership skills? Learn outdoor skills? Connect with other students in the Honors College? Have an experience similar to your First Year Trip? Never went on a First Year Trip and want to try it out? Earn Honors Credit? Train for work with Adventure WV?

Adventure WV & the WVU Honors College have partnered for Spring, Summer and Fall of 2019 to offer new opportunities for students in the Honors College. 

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Honors Courses Spring 2019

Visit this page for information on selecting your Honors course for spring, including how to see all available Honors courses in STAR, as well as course descriptions for select Honors courses. 

Check the Registrar's website for information on your priority registration date. Your assigned registration time was sent to you by email, but can also be found in your DegreeWorks.

This page will be updated as information becomes available on course changes and new course offerings.

ACCT 201 - Principles of Accounting

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Two Mid-Semester Honors Book Clubs Offered

In “Faith. Focus. Fight.” students will investigate what it means to be mentally tough, in sport, and in life. They will grapple with issues of direction, balance, adaptation, risk, choice, meaning, and perspective. They will draw upon the works of Craig Lambert and Viktor Frankl, as well as available sport psychology literature, to answer some of life’s most difficult questions:

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Honors LLC Gettysburg Trip

I had never had the opportunity to travel to the historical battlefield at Gettysburg, so, naturally, I lept at the chance to make the trip with the Honors College this past Saturday, Sept. 29. 

Lead by Drs. Jason Phillips and David Hauser, professors of Civil War Studies and Political Science respectively, Dean Blemings and Dr. Gooding of the Honors College, and Jeremiah Kibler and Jason Neal, Residence Hall Coordinators for Honors and Lincoln Halls, I and 40 other Honors College first-year students stretched our learning outside of the classroom and lecture hall to visit one of the most famous sites of the Civil War.

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