Admission and Scholarship Information
Students interested in the Honors Program must submit a separate Honors Program application. February 1 is the priority deadline, and students who envision the Honors Program as part of their college experience are strongly encouraged to submit their applications by then. The Honors Program Selection Committee will meet regularly beginning in January to review applications. Applications received after February 1 will be reviewed only as long as seats remain open in the program and scholarship funds remain available.
Students who desire to discuss and debate difficult ideas and to take up those big questions that seem to elude satisfactory resolution are ideal candidates for the Honors Program. Such candidates usually enjoy reading, writing, and conversing about how a text or an argument at hand, contributes to our understanding of the world in which we live. They also tend to enjoy working at the intersection of ideas and experimenting with what different disciplinary investigations reveal about them. Successful applicants usually score in the 95th percentile on national collegiate entrance exams (ACT or SAT), earn a high school grade point average of at least 3.5, or rank in the top 10 percent of their graduating classes.
An Honors Program scholarship is given annually to each participant. For more information about the Honors Program scholarship, contact The University of Tulsa Financial Aid Office at 918-631-2526.
Honors Suites are available on a first-come, first-served basis to incoming Honors Scholars who would like to live with other students engaged in the Honors curriculum. To be considered for those suites, Scholars must list Honors Suites as one of their preferences in their housing paperwork, as well inform the Honors Program office of their desire. For more information about Honors Suites, contact The University of Tulsa Housing and Dining Services at (918) 631-2516.