Mission and Program
The Honors College Story
Steps to Apply
Named Scholarships for Future Students
Academic Advising and Course Registration
Departmental Honors, Honors Societies, and Degree Honors
Faculty and Staff
Helpful Guidelines for Teaching in Honors
Alumni and Friends
Giving to the Honors College
Bohnenkamp Scholarship Fund
Alumni Trivia Night
Directions to Honors College
In addition to merit and named scholarships, current Honors College students have the opportunity to apply for research funding through two unique scholarship funds. These require separate processes from all other scholarship applications:
James Doyle Scholarship for the Study of Social Justice
This scholarship is awarded to Pierre Laclede Honors College students doing independent study work that addresses issues of social justice. Honors students of any major who are planning on completing a relevant independent study project or internship in the next semester may consult the James Doyle Scholarship Overview for additional information. Please contact your Honors College advisor if you have questions.
Amount of award: Varies from $250 to $1500. This scholarship is not renewable.
Ken Mares Scholarship
This scholarship will be awarded to undergraduate students in the Pierre Laclede Honors College who are pursuing research opportunities in science and mathematics. Projects require approval/support from a faculty member, as well as appropriate credit hour enrollment. Please consult the Undergraduate Research in the Honors College Application Form for additional information.
Amount of award: Varies. This scholarship is not renewable.
The deadlines for applications will be December 10 (for study to be undertaken during the Spring semester) and May 1 (for study to be undertaken during the Summer or Fall semesters).