Honors College Office of the Provost

Eagle Scholar Volume 5 | Issue 16


Multiple National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program Awardees

Eleven current Honors College students and Honors College alumni recently recieved the prestigious scholarship.  Read the full story in the Auburn University newsroom.


Honors College Film Series

April 7 | Langdon Hall  | 2-4 pm

This PBS Frontline documentary is a moving portrait of the trials and triumphs of Chris Johnson and Cody Perkins, two boys coming of age in the Appalachian hills of Floyd Country in eastern Kentucky.


April 18 | Haley Center 2370 | 6-8 pm

An informative and humorous documentary film following a couple as they attempt to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet on a food stamp budget.


An Evening at Hogwarts

Flyer for the Honors Congress formal an evening at hogwarts featuring a patronus and hogwarts in the background


Cater Porch Talk

April 6 | 3-4 pm | Cater Hall

Dr. Alavapati, dean of the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences will speak during our second Cater Porch Talk of the semester. Learn more.


Travel to Greece

Information on the Honors College fall 2017 study and travel trip to Greece is now available. Contact Ken Thomas for more information. 


Student Organization Update

Honors Congress

Honors College Semi-Formal | April 14

Honors Serves

(Information provided by Cheyenne Redus)

Leadership Applications Open

As the last announcement stated, applications are now live on AUinvolve for all 2017-2018 leadership positions within Honors Serves such as the exec board, tutoring program coordinators, and the healthcare group leaders. We encourage everyone to apply who might be interested, even if you haven’t held a leadership role in the past. These are all great ways to get more involved and develop outstanding leadership skills.

Applications will close on Thursday, April 13th at 11:00 PM.




Last modified: January 29, 2018