• Honors Program

    WELCOME!

    Smart is just the start...

    ...of who we are. There is more to our story, as we're sure there's more to yours. Honors students are passionate. About what? About something. Actually, about many things. Read on for some of their stories. We look forward to hearing yours.

  • SmartLiving

    Make yourself at home.

    The Honors Living Learning Community in 1300 is home to more than 500 Honors students (90% of our freshman class). Turn any corner and you can find the bassist for your band who can also solve your calculus conundrum.

  • Michael Busza ’14, Communications and English

    SmartMentoring

    We’re here for you!

    “Our advisors make Honors feel like a true community by getting to know us as people first and students second.” Michael Busza ’14, Communications and English

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    SmartCore

    Check out our Honors courses.

    "Honors courses are small, and the professors are challenging and supportive in a way that makes us expect more from ourselves.”

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Latest News

Honors Professor John Raines admited to the involvement in Vietnam-Era FBI leak in 1971 in Media, PA.  

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Sophomores Louis Graup and Katey Steinberg and freshmen Shelby Guercio and Azam Husain were featured in a recent Temple News article outlining College of Science & Technology’s Science... Read more

Larry Stains, Honors and Journalism professor, was recently interviewed for an article on honorslounge.com.  Professor Stains discusses his path to journalism professor and his Honors Comics... Read more

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