Honors students can deepen their academic experience even further through Experiential Global Learning. Many students can arrange for Honors credit for courses they take on an approved program.
If you have academic merit scholarships, note that you may not use them on Fee-Based Programs, as they are not based on UConn tuition. Instead, Experiential Global Learning and the Honors Program recommend that you consider a Tuition-Based Program, on which you may use such scholarships. You can view more information on the Honors Program website.
In our online database, you may view a list of Honors Programs. These programs allow you to earn Honors credit automatically, as long as you complete the designated Honors course(s) with a B- or better.
Gain professional experience during your program! Many students express that they acquired their foreign language skills, deeper connections with locals, and the most transformative experiences while interning. UConn even offers some internship programs that may allow you to earn credit.
In our online database, you may view a list of Internship Programs. These programs include coursework that allow you to earn credit for your internship.
Service Learning Programs
Develop your citizenship skills through ethical service to the communities that help you learn more about yourself and the world.
In our online database, you may view a list of Service Learning Programs.
The Neag School of Education at UConn features several unique opportunities for students to shadow and learn directly from teachers in classrooms.
In our online database, you may view a list of Teaching Programs