Seneff Honors College Learning Community

What is the Honors College?

The Seneff Honors College helps students develop knowledge, mindsets, and skills needed to thrive in the 21st century through in-class and co-curricular opportunities. Broader, deeper, and more complex than the College’s standard curriculum, honors experiences engage students in addressing societal needs and challenges, often through practices such as service learning, undergraduate research, and study abroad.

Why join the Honors College?

Students enrolled in the Seneff Honors College have access to honors-specific, smaller classes, dedicated Honors advisors, engagement opportunities in Service Learning, Study Abroad, and Undergraduate Research initiatives, recognition at graduation, honors-only scholarship opportunities, professional development opportunities including conference travel, and transfer opportunities to university honors programs including the Burnett Honors College at UCF.

How to get involved

To be considered for admission to the Seneff Honors College, applicants with 6 or more college credits must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and submit all required application materials as listed below in the "How to Apply" section by the application deadline. High school students with less than 6 college credits, including Dual Enrolled, must have a minimum unweighted high school GPA of 3.0 or higher. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis throughout the current admissions cycle.

Get Involved

Visit the Seneff Honors College website for more information regarding the honors learning community.