The Honors College Admissions
Honors College students are selected from a competitive process that includes an evaluation of their GPA and/or test scores.
The Honors College
Open to new or returning students with at least one of the following:
- A high school GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale
- 1240 or higher on the SAT (combined math and critical reading sections)
- 26 or higher composite score on the ACT
- 3.25 GPA with 9 or more college credit hours
After completion of the online application, you will be contact by your campus Honors Director with additional details including upcoming course offerings.
The Honors College Chancellor's Fellows
Honors College Chancellor's Fellows are selected from a competitive process that includes an online application, letters of recommendation, official test scores, writing samples, and possibly an interview. To be eligible to join the Honors Scholars Fellows, an applicant must be a first-year student and meet the following criteria in addition to the entry criteria to The Honors College:
- Three letters of recommendation
- Writing sample
- Personal interview
- Completed FAFSA/TASFA
After completion of the online application, you will receive a checklist providing additional details.
Please note: Honors College Fellows applications are now being processed. Late applications will be considered on a space-availability basis. Additional scholarships for Fall 2019 are available, click here to apply. For more information, you may also contact your nearest Honors College campus or you may contact the System Honors College office at (281) 618-1149 or by email TheHonorsCollege@LoneStar.edu.
- APPLY for the Honors College Chancellor's Fellows Award (Closed April 15th)
- The Honors College Scholarship Application
- Counselor/Teacher Chancellor's Honors College Fellow Nomination
- The Honors College Application
- Request More Information about The Honors College
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Contact & Campus Information
|Katharine Caruso, Ph.D.
Associate Vice Chancellor
Honors and International Education
Brian H. Kyser