CSLA Dean’s Scholars receive a distinctive honors education and other opportunities, including:
Honors courses within the College of Science & Liberal Arts.
Invitation to participate in the Dean’s Leadership Council.
Professional networking with distinguished speakers and industry leaders.
Honors advising through the College of Science & Liberal Arts.
Meet faculty early in your studies regarding undergraduate research experience.
Funding opportunities for research and travel.
Priority consideration for admission to the Albert Dorman Honors College through sophomore year.
CSLA Dean’s Scholars can choose to apply to become an Albert Dorman Honors Scholar after the completion of their first or second year.
Seats are limited and the application process is competitive, but applications from CSLA Dean’s Scholars will be given priority during their evaluations.
How to Apply?
To be considered, prospective students should apply through the Albert Dorman Honors College application on the Common Application by checking the box, “Are you interested in the Albert Dorman Honors College?”
The CSLA Dean’s Scholars program may only be joined by first-time, full-time freshmen.
In order to fulfill the requirements of the program, CSLA Dean’s Scholars will:
Take at least three honors-only courses offered by CSLA.
Attend at least one ADHC colloquium/guest speaker per semester (CSLA Dean’s Scholars are encouraged to attend co-sponsored ADHC-CSLA speaker events).
Maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
For questions about the CSLA Dean's Scholars program, please contact Professor Bruce Bukiet, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies