Honors students

A select number of highly motivated and academically promising students are invited to join the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) Honors Program. The program provides a dynamic and challenging intellectual experience, and creates a close-knit community of high-achieving students and outstanding faculty.

Since its inception in 2005, the program has grown from 18 to more than 400 current students. The success of the program stems from its enriched academic offerings and supportive community. The program offers a prestigious array of benefits, such as priority course registration, guaranteed on-campus housing for two years, support for student research and creative projects, access to the Suffolk Law Scholars program, and the option to design your own academic major.

The CAS Honors Program is a valuable credential on your academic transcript and your professional resume. It tells future employers that you are a highly accomplished student who enjoys a challenge.