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George Washington University honors students are

Intellectual Omnivores.

 

 

University Honors Program


 

The George Washington University (GW) Honors Program helps students hone their analytical and expressive powers, deepen their understanding of complex issues and questions, and broaden their perspectives. Built upon an interdisciplinary honors experience, the program is fully aligned with the highest academic aspirations of GW’s schools and departments. Honors students are intellectual omnivores who know that you can’t be interested in one thing without being interested in all things.

 

 

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Fully aligned with the highest academic aspirations of GW’s schools and departments

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Featured Blog Post

Student-Faculty Dinner – But Virtual

UHPers, despite the virtual semester, we’ve still got a student-faculty dinner for you! We won’t be able to give you a discounted Chalin’s buffet this time around, but we encourage everyone to purchase some takeout from a local Chinese restaurant and join us on Tuesday, December 8, at 6PM ET for an end-of-semester celebration.

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AY 2019-2020 STATS

 

 

502 Total Students in the Program:

CCAS 51%; ESIA 30%; SEAS 8%; GWSB 7%; Milken 6%

 

Destinations for 2020 UHP Graduates:

Employment - 45%; Grad School - 26%;  Fellowship/Service - 4%; Other- 25%


 

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Academics

  • 68 honors courses taught by 36 Honors dedicated professors
  • 43 credit-bearing research projects or internships
  • 2/5 of UHP students choose to take more than the required number of Honors courses

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UHP Facts

  • 9% of honors graduates graduated early in 2018
  • 25% (approx) of your total course-work will be UHP curriculum
  • 61 students studied abroad in 2018-2019 academic year

 

 


 

Honors

 

“While your major often teaches you how to work, the UHP teaches you how to think.”

Jacob Garber, English and Creative Writing, Class of 2014

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