The Honors College welcomes applications from students entering the University of Houston as freshmen, students enrolled at the University for one or several semesters and students transferring from other colleges and universities.
There's no substitute for seeing the University of Houston for yourself. We encourage prospective students and their families to meet faculty and staff and see the campus. Prospective students have several opportunities to visit the Honors College — the Cougar Preview, one of our High School Senior Open Houses or an Individual Visit!
The Honors College is a community where motivated students learn and grow together. We provide the personal support and advantages of a small liberal arts college together with the rich resources and diversity of a large metropolitan university.
“Watching all the hard work our mentor and mentee teams have been doing come to fruition brings the PEERS leadership team and I a great sense of pride,” said nutrition senior and PEERS project head Tony Trabulsi.
"The University of Houston successfully completed its first academic year, offering the Honors in Co-Curricular Engagement (HCCE) transcript designation, with eight graduates of diverse interests from five different colleges earning the designation."
This was a prominent year for debate, and “I am so happy to see them rightfully rewarded for what they were able to pull off and do,” Glass said. “I am beyond impressed by everything that they have done, and I am so proud to be a part of this team and a part of the hard work, energy and dedication that they have put into every tournament.”
“We are truly convinced that the quality of the Honors College experience is second to none. As products of that system, we have thrived. And we have seen our son have a great experience that yielded great career opportunities,”