Students who complete the requirements of the University Honors College receive OSU’s most prestigious academic recognition for undergraduates: an honors baccalaureate degree (HBA, HBFA or HBS) in their major, jointly awarded by the University Honors College and the college of their major.
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The University Honors College is about enrichment: How high can you dream? The UHC provides challenging curricula, personal attention, and enhanced learning experiences in general education and in the student’s primary academic interest. The University Honors College offers courses consisting of small groups taught by OSU’s finest faculty, specifically selected for their undergraduate teaching abilities. Through seminars, colloquia, and their own thesis research, students enjoy the benefits of a small college within a large, diverse, and comprehensive university.
Both a four-year and a two-year track are available. The two-year track is designed for transfer students or for students already enrolled at OSU. Interested students should contact the University Honors College for information.
The University Honors College, in cooperation with University Housing and Dining Services, maintains an Honors living-learning community, West Residence Hall.
Honors Bachelor of Arts (HBA)
Honors Bachelor of Fine Arts (HBFA)
Honors Bachelor of Science (HBS)
Majors and Degrees
Students enrolled in the University Honors College can pursue any one of OSU’s wide range of undergraduate majors. Students who complete the requirements of the University Honors College receive OSU’s most prestigious undergraduate academic recognition: an honors baccalaureate degree in their major, jointly awarded by the Honors College and the college in which their major is located.