Honors classes are very different. There are so many facets of each topic to explore that they appeal to all majors. The classes are smaller, so you have more opportunities to participate and you really get to know your professors and classmates. The professors take a more creative approach. They want us to think differently and apply those topics to the real world.
We hope you will join us and take advantage of the many opportunities the Honors Program provides:
- Small classes
- Selective enrollment
- Priority registration
- Student lounge and study area
- Supplemental advising
Planning to Graduate With an Honors Degree?
Students in the University Honors Program who intend to graduate with an Honors degree designation must complete the Honors Graduation Application.
The Honors Student Experience
Students on the Director's Student Advisory Board Social Media Team are creating a series of videos that illustrate the Honors student experience at Wright State. Check out their first video showcasing an Honors section of WGS 2000 -- one of the Core courses you might take!