Hicks Honors College Program
The Hicks Honors College curriculum is designed as a flexible, individualized program that encourages students to craft their own intellectually deep experience and have a rich co-curricular experience while engaging in critical reflection throughout.
In order to fulfill Honors at UNF:
- Complete the 15-credit hour Hicks Honors Foundations curriculum (which will normally fulfill remaining General Education courses) or the equivalent.
- Complete enriched upper-division Hicks Honors program by fulfilling the following three categories:
- Successful completion of IDS 3924 Hicks Honors Pre-Capstone Symposium (0-1 ch)
- One from the following types of experiences (note: these are illustrative not exhaustive):
- i. Honors in the Major
- ii. Hicks Fellowship
- iii. Semester Abroad
- iv. Minor in an unrelated field to the major (such as the Leadership Minor)
- v. Other experiences/programs approved by the Hicks Honors College
- Two from the following types of experiences (note: these are illustrative not exhaustive):
- i. Honors seminar
- ii. two language classes beyond major requirements
- iii. present at an Honors or disciplinary conference
- iv. publish a work of literature or art
- v. Other experiences approved by the Hicks Honors College
- Involvement in extensive co-curricular activities such as (either a or b):
- a major leadership initiative approved by the Hicks Honors College, such as (but not limited to) Osprey Community Engagement Program, Environmental Leadership Program, student government officer, etc.
- a variety of selected experiences approved by the Hicks Honors College, such as (but not limited to) completing an application for a competitive fellowship, participating in an honors service project or ambassadorship, serving in organizations on or off campus, etc.
- Complete an Honors Capstone no sooner than two years before graduation.
- Complete an e-portfolio which demonstrates fulfillment of numbers 2-4 above.
- Have a UNF GPA of 3.2 or above at the time of graduation.