Honors College Transfer/Current Student Application
Applications for the Honors College may be submitted at any time and elements can be submitted as available; they do not all need to be submitted at one time.
To apply you will need the following
- Transcript. A copy of a high school or college transcript with current ACT/SAT scores.
- ACT/SAT Scores (optional for current/transfer students.) Not required for transfer/current students, but accepted if you have access. If ACT/SAT
tests scores are not shown on your transcript, you may print it out from
your College Board login. Due to challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, test scores will be optional for Fall 2021 Honors College applications.
- Academic Statement. A brief statement about your academic career plans centering upon what field of
study you anticipate pursuing along with your future career and other professional
- Essay. A typed essay on one of the following prompts, illustrative of your composition skills
- not to exceed 500 words
- Imaginatively address: “They said it couldn’t be done”.
In your opinion, what is the greatest challenge your generation will face? How will you help address this issue?
Select a creative work, i.e. a novel, film, poem, musical piece, painting or other work of art which has influenced the way you view the world and yourself. Discuss the work and its impact on you.
- Reference Letter. A signed letter of reference to the Honors College from a former or current teacher.
Letters of reference may be mailed to the Honors College in a sealed envelope with recommender's signature along the back seal or emailed directly from the recommender in PDF format to [email protected].
- For American Indian/Alaskan Native students, a copy of Tribal Identification documents, if applicable.
How to send in your documents
Transcripts and/or Letters of Reference may be mailed separately to the Honors College,
however it is
preferred that materials are forwarded under one cover. Your application will not be considered complete until
all documents have been received by the Honors College.
Please make sure your documents are clearly labeled with your first and last name.
Montana State University
P.O. Box 172140
Bozeman, MT 59717
Phone (406) 994-4110
Fax: (406) 994-6747
E-mail: [email protected]
Online Application for the Honors College
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