The James M. and Dayle L. Seneff Honors College is designed for people with a passion for learning. In addition to providing a challenging and in-depth course of study, it also emphasizes learning outside of the classroom. International travel, cultural field trips, guest speakers, community service, campus leadership and scientific research are all part of the Honors experience. And, with an average class size of only 15 students, the Honors College has a community feel – one that makes it easy to form great relationships with your fellow students and professors.
West Campus: Interdisciplinary Track
Follows a humanities-style, multicultural curriculum that features team-taught courses focusing on a wide range of subject matter—from history to science, from art to philosophy.
Osceola Campus: Leadership Track
Explores different styles of leadership and encourages students to become agents of change in the college and community. The track includes a strong service component.
East Campus: Undergraduate Track
Introduces students to the process and practice of academic research and is especially suited for students who plan to go to graduate or professional school.