The Honors College graduates have transferred to top institutions such as:
Texas A&M University
University of Texas
Opportunities for Research
Opportunities for Research Honors classes provide a unique intellectual and co-curricular experience.
Honors at LSC is an undergraduate-research program. Courses and co-curricular activities, including our Honors College Leadership Program, are based on national best practices as set by the Council for Undergraduate Research.
Students are encouraged to develop research projects and coursework based on their own interests and career goals - and they develop analytical, communication and leadership skills that help them succeed no matter which future academic or professional career they choose.
Since undergraduate research skills and related soft-skills offer students an edge for transfer and career regardless of degree or profession, eligible students from all programs of study are welcome to apply.
Braxton's research project was: "What are the ethics of food aid programs?"
Co-curricular activities, activities outside of the classroom that complement academic studies, are an integral part of a comprehensive honors education. Our co-curricular program encourages students to put their studies into practice. From student travel to performing arts events, these beyond-the-classroom activities significantly add to students' academic development.