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New Info on the FSU Honors Program

parent2nolesparent2noles Registered User Posts: 7,961 Senior Member
They are listing more benefits here: http://honors.fsu.edu/about.html

* Smaller Classes: Honors sections of regular courses are generally limited to 25 students; honors seminars to 15 students
* Access to Faculty: While many lower division classes are taught by non-tenured instructors, honors classes are taught by tenured or tenure-track faculty. These teachers can become your mentors and advisors
* Great Peers: Because the classes are smaller, you can get to know other motivated, interesting people your own age
* Specialized Advisors: Our highly-trained honors advisors will work with you on an individual basis to achieve your unique academic and professional goals
* “Head-start” on Medical or Law School: You can compete to earn a place in the Honors Medical Scholars Program or the Honors Legal Scholars Program, two professional- track programs that are open only to students in the University Honors Program
* Study Abroad Grants: As an Honors student, you may apply for small grants to study abroad in one of FSU’s many international programs
* Honors-only Residence Hall: University Honors students may apply to live in Landis Hall, a premier, honors-only, residence hall that is right in the middle of campus
* Early Registration: University Honors students have the special privilege of being able to register for courses at the same time as seniors.
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