Smaller, more stimulating classes offer students the chance to interact with some of TWU's talented professors.
NET (Neighbors Educated Together)
Freshman honors students have the option of joining the NET program, a living learning community that provides academic support and social programs. Students live together on an honors floor, take classes together, and even have group study sessions.
Opportunities to work with a faculty mentor
Through Honors Contracts and Capstone Projects honors students have the unique experience of working one on one with professors in their field of study.
The honors program hosts a trip annually to destinations such as Italy, Greece, Germany, France, Spain, and Ireland. In partnership with a travel abroad class, students earn three hours of honors credit and study the art, history, culture, and literature of the destination.
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