The Honors Program
is a program that provides an especially rich and challenging set of academic offerings to talented and highly motivated students at Tennessee State University. Through special courses, research, and a vigorous intellectual community that includes Honors faculty, the Honors Program enables students to identify their intellectual interests and to pursue them deeply.
The Honors Program's curriculum offers a wide range of challenging courses. We offer special seminars, courses, and direct involvement with faculty from the start of students' lives at TSU. Students entering their freshman year are expected to elect 24 hours of their course work in Honors; many do more.
To help students take the greatest advantage of the rich opportunities at TSU, our Honors advisor meet with them individually, beginning at Orientation and continuing throughout their time here.
A vibrant community, no single experience unites all Honors students, yet all are connected through a wide range of activities that enable students to choose what interests them. The University Honors Office is an intellectual hub, located on the second floor of the Student Success Center where students and staff come together for study, conversation, and a variety of intellectual and cultural events in truly beautiful surroundings. There's something for everyone and all are invited.
There are many ways to get involved in the University Honors Program. See how!