The Honors College strives to invite and promote inclusive participation of all individuals in the on-going project of Honors education - students, faculty and staff. We value all of our students, faculty and staff and understand their unique experiences, talents and perspectives help our College become a better organization.
In order to support the Honors College's vision and strategic plan, the College has created various communities designed to enhance student experiences.
Earn two, three or four credits while teaching K-2 grade students how to read.
The Wayne State Honors Student Association (HSA) provides members with opportunities to participate in social, academic and community service events
Selected through an interview process, Ambassadors are the student face of the Honors College.
The SAT Boot Camp is a six-week mentoring and intensive SAT test preparation program, focusing on math and writing skills necessary for success with SAT and college access.
Whether you are interested in a cultural experience that will reframe the way you see the world, improving skills that will help you get a job, or simply earning credits toward your degree outside of a campus classroom, you can find a program that will fit your needs.
WSU Model United Nations Conference
MUN simulates a real session of the United Nations, highlighting a different global issue each year.