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MISSION STATEMENT: Graduates of the UIU Honors Program have a broad interconnected and ever evolving view of the world. They are adaptable, self-motivated individuals who constantly challenge their assumptions about the world and their role in it. They have developed the capability to be innovators and leaders in a dynamic global community.
The Honors Program at Upper Iowa University provides an exciting and challenging academic experience for exceptional students. Students who have at least a 26 ACT score and at least a 3.5 high school grade point average are invited to apply to the program. Students who don't quite meet the 26 ACT score and 3.5 high school grade point average are welcome to apply if they believe they can make a strong case for their consideration.
Exceptional transfer students who are interested in the Honors Program should contact the Director of the Csomay Honors Program, Dr. Meghan Jordan, for application requirements and details.
Students admitted to the Honors Program in any given year take the same courses as their fellow Honors students during the first two years of their undergraduate years. Each course is interdisciplinary, with active, participatory learning. All Honors courses require extensive, integrated, advanced writing skills. The program begins with an Honors Freshman Seminar, followed by Honors courses in Arts and Humanities, Behavioral Sciences, and Natural Sciences. Seniors complete an Honors project and a thesis in their area of interest. Students that successfully complete the Honors Program will graduate with University Honors. Extra-curricular experiences, such as service learning, attending professional conferences, and other special events, are an integral part of the program.
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Sydney Cyzon, '16
"UIU gives you a great opportunity to receive an education at a university where you feel valued. I love the small school atmosphere and how professors are able to give personal hands-on help with the smaller class sizes. The eight-week terms help a lot to make you very successful as a student."
Bradley Kuboushek, '16
"When you are analyzing your options, consider both the academic side of the university as well as the non-academic side. Overall, Upper Iowa is a great place to be."
Sophomore Year (tentative)
Junior and Senior Years (tentative)
For more information contact the Director of the Csomay Honors Program, Dr. Meghan Jordan.
*Creation of the Honors Program was made possible by a gift from Barbara (Rankin) Csomay, class of 1946.