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The Capital University Honors Program supports the university’s mission of transforming lives through higher education by recruiting, challenging and supporting highly motivated and academically strong students. Through experiences both within and outside of the classroom, Honors Students develop and demonstrate intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and the ability to contribute to the knowledge base in their discipline. Honors students complete the program prepared for professional and personal lives characterized by a commitment to lifelong learning and personal growth.
To graduate from the Honors Program, students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above or a cumulative GPA in the top 20% for their major and complete:
To remain in good standing in the honors program, students must remain on-track with all requirements as indicated below:
Honors Program requirements for students admitted prior to fall 2015 are different. Please refer to these requirements instead.
One of the learning outcomes of the Honors program is for students to demonstrate an appreciation for learning outside of the classroom. Participation in co-curricular activities will allow students to explore the many ways to share and gain knowledge beyond a traditional academic setting.First nameLast name:Email address:Name of activity:Date of activity:
[None] Describe the co-curricular event you attended and what you learned as a result of attending.
Describe how you might apply what you learned in order to achieve your future personal, academic and/or career goals.
Evidence of participation (e.g., upload a selfie from an event or a PDF of the event program).