The Honors College at East Carolina University is a diverse intellectual community for academically talented students of strong character. Our students engage in stimulating coursework that spans disciplines across campus, providing for a challenging and innovative curricular and co-curricular model. Honors students are provided with the opportunity to engage in immersive service-learning, undergraduate research, and pre-professional experiences throughout their four years. Students will leave the Honors College with a foundation of skills and experiences designed to make them competitive for graduate programs, scholarships, and careers following graduation.
The Honors living-learning community allows for the natural formation of study groups, connections to students in similar classes, and a supportive network of academically talented peers.
The Mamie Jenkins building is undergoing an extensive renovation and upon completion, the Honors College will occupy the entire building. Watch the video below to learn more about this historic building:
The Honors College seeks to invite students who will actively participate in a community of learners, provide the campus with exceptional leadership and service, and respect a diversity of perspectives inside and beyond the classroom.
101 Mamie Jenkins Building
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
The Living & Learning Blog allows students from the Honors College to share their experiences. The students will address various topics from research, to faculty commitment, to what it means to volunteer.
For the most recent Honors College events, please click More Events below to be directed to the Honors College calendar: