The Honors College at Montana State University provides opportunities for students to study, conduct research, and exchange ideas in a challenging and supportive academic environment. In addition to learning from outstanding faculty members, Honors students can attend special Honors seminars, take interdisciplinary Honors courses, and engage in independent study and research opportunities. Select information topics from the menu to find out more about the Honors College.
The mission of the Honors College at Montana State University is to prepare academically motivated students to think critically and independently within a challenging and supportive community.
Upcoming Honors Presents Lecture Series
April 2 at 5:00 PM in NAH 153: Dr. Sara Rushing presents "Political Theories and Us"
April 12 at 6 PM in NAH Grand Staircase: Honors Spring Musicale
April 15 at 6 PM at the Emerson Theater: The Compassion Project presents "Compassion vs Practicality"
April 16 at 2 PM in the Byker Auditorium: Dr. Joseph Seymour presents "Chaos and the Global Climate - 'What DOES a Chemical Engineer know about the global climate?'"
April 17 at 4 PM in NAH 165: Dr. Ilse-Mari Lee presents "How to Apply for a Major Scholarship"
April 17 at 7 PM in the Procrastinator Theater: screening of "Fahrenheit 451"
April 26 at 4 PM in NAH 201: David Quammen presents "The Tangled Tree: A Radical New History of Life" (co-sponsored by the Honors Society of Phi Kappa Phi)
April 27 at 8 AM - 3 PM in NAH: AIChE presents "Climate Change Conference"
****Due to increased demand, we are pleased to announce that Honors housing will also be available in Hannon and Langford Halls, in addition to the Quads and the 3rd floor on South Hedges, for the fall of 2018.***
Featured Interviews by Honors College Students and Graduates
- Scholarship Opportunities
- Life as an Honors Student
- Research and Interdisciplinary Studies
- The Honors Community