Red House, Room 116
200 S. 10th Street
Laramie, WY 82070
The University Honors Program is a set of opportunities for academically able and ambitious undergraduates. Those opportunities include innovative courses taught by award-winning faculty, special scholarships, and independent research on questions important to you, active leadership in a student organization that makes real decisions, and off-campus study elsewhere in the country and the world. The most important opportunities are the chance to grow, to learn in the company of other ambitious students, and to develop your talents and abilities in a challenging and supportive environment.
Honors students have been admitted to leading graduate and professional schools including Columbia, MIT, Stanford, Berkeley, Texas, Princeton, Oxford, Johns Hopkins, and Pennsylvania. An honors degree from the University of Wyoming can be an important step toward a productive and successful future.
Students in the Honors Program can now pre-register for classes at the head of the line. By registering first, they can get the courses they want when they want them.
The Wyoming Honors Organization (WHO) gives students a voice in determining the program's direction and sponsors many social and cultural activities each year. It can also lead to important leadership experience. Whether you are interested in watching the Colorado Rockies or Phantom of the Opera, working on an Easter egg hunt for local children, decorating business windows for Homecoming, helping select scholarship winners, or deciding which Honors classes will be offered, WHO will probably offer something you want to do.