Honors by the Numbers

Our

1,214

Honors students pursue studies in 64 diverse majors.

Number of Honors students accepted to the National Conference for Undergraduate Research in Memphis this year:

81

the highest in the state and

top 5

in the USA

While most Honors students are Virginians, they also come from

29

other states.

Honors students/alumni who have received Fulbright Student Scholarships:

19

45

percent of the Honors College Class of 2019 are pursuing graduate studies.

Students currently enrolled in an Honors College Guaranteed Admission Program:

102

Honors students who have received Critical Language Scholarships:

9

Honors College Class of 2020 includes:

36

School of the Arts students

55

School of Engineering students

110

College of Humanities and Sciences students

19

participants in Honors Summer Undergraduate Research Projects in 2017.

65

students received Guaranteed Admission to VCU graduate programs.

24

applicants for 2017 Freshman Research Institute.

Two

Honors students have received National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships

Honors students inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi in 2016-17:

19

Honors recipients of Phi Kappa Phi scholarships in 2017:

3

Honors students who have received Boren Scholarships:

13

Honors students who have received Goldwater Scholarships:

10

Number of residents living in the Honors College during the school year:

177