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Welcome Honors College Class of 2018!!!!

The Honors College faculty and stuff are excited to welcome the incoming class of freshmen and transfer students. If you are an incoming freshmen please be sure to sign up for the Honors College Orientation through the Office of Family Services and Programming (http://orientation.gmu.edu/). You will receive an email and letter via USPS at the beginning of June giving you all the details about creating your schedule, getting your schedule approved, and registering for classes. We will begin priority registration for freshmen in early June. For transfer students we are currently reviewing applications and students can expect to receive a response via email no later than June 30th. We will begin the advising and registration process once you are notified of your admission.

18 Apr Academics, Research | Comments Off

Honors Student Marcus Daum studies Nonequilbrium Physics

Honors College Student Marcus Daum works with Professor Rob Cressman at Mason’s Krasnow Institute. Daum will present his work at the Naval Research Lab the American Physical Society. To read more click here.

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08 Apr Events, Students | Comments Off

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Honors College students have developed a program, under the guidance of Grace Zamorano, Honors College Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator, to give local students in elementary and middle school the opportunity to experience college life. To read more about the program click here.

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07 Apr Uncategorized | Comments Off

Brooke Thomas will be studying at the Folger Library

Honors College student, and English and Spanish double major, Brooke Thomas will have the opportunity to participate in the Folger Library Undergraduate Research Seminar. To read more about her work click here.

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31 Mar Academics, Students | Comments Off

Jordan Newton Mentors Students in Robotics Competition

Honors College student Jordan Newton worked as a mentor for this year’s FIRST robotic competition. The competition was held at the Patriot Center on March 27th-29th. To read more about the event click here.

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