The Emory Lindquist Honors Program is designed to challenge highly motivated and academically talented undergraduate students through coursework and faculty mentoring. We offer special topics general education seminars for small groups of students, and we support upper-level departmental and interdisciplinary Honors tracks that culminate in innovative research, creative activity or teaching.
The Honors Program seeks to create a learning environment centered on the philosophy "not more work, more significant work."
Members of the Honors Program have access to priority enrollment. Priority enrollment allows Honors Program students to register first each semester and particularly helps students who are pursuing double majors/degrees.
General Education Seminars
Each semester, the Honors Program offers several seminar-style classes that fulfill general education requirements. Honors seminars are small, with an average enrollment of eight students, and topics vary. Many of these courses fulfill general education introductory requirements. A smaller number of courses fulfill general education issues and perspectives requirements.
Experience-Based Learning: The Honors Program encourages students to participate in internships, study abroad, and community service. We offer select Honors-only internship placements.
The Honors Program offers students advanced academic writing and research seminars designed to prepare for top graduate and professional schools. The director works with students to identify faculty mentors and other professional advising opportunities across campus. Honors students are encouraged to meet with the director about graduate and professional school applications and national scholarship applications.
The Honors Program organizes lecture, workshops, and social events for students and faculty.
Graduation with Distinction
Students who successfully complete the Honors Program requirements will have "Honors Program Graduate" recorded on their official Wichita State University transcript.