The Honors College is open to students in all majors, from engineering and business to the arts & sciences and education. We appreciate variety! No matter your major or future plans, you’ll feel right at home if you’re curious, like to learn in community, and are looking for a deep integration of faith and learning. Honors College students receive a $1000 scholarship (per year) and live together in Davis Hall; current enrollment in the Honors College is 145 students.
LeTourneau University Honors College courses replace general education requirements. Honors College students will take 19-21 hours of Honors courses and 3-4 seminars, depending upon their major.
In general, admission to the Honors College requires a minimum ACT score of 27 or SAT score of 1220 and a high school GPA of 3.65. However, the admission committee will review all applications to the Honors College. Criteria for admission are as follows:
- A history of academic engagement
- A history of community engagement
- Potential for academic, campus, community, and global engagement at LETU
We base our selection on several factors, such as outstanding academic achievement (ACT/SAT scores, high school GPA) and extracurricular involvement. While selection may be highly competitive, we encourage all interested students to apply.
We will begin considering applications to the Honors College January 9, 2017.