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1. When can I apply for Summer Honors 2015?
The application will be available on this Web site in early Spring 2015. To receive updates, join our mailing list.
2. What is the cost of the program?
Fee information will be available on this Web site in early Spring 2015. To receive updates, join our mailing list.
3. How many students attend Summer Honors?
Approximately 180 students attend the Summer Honors Program each year. The size of the seminar will vary but classes are intended to be small so that you receive individual attention from your faculty member.
4. What does a typical day at the Summer Honors Program include?
Students are required to attend each class session as well as mandatory floor meetings and evening events. While there is free time in the afternoon, the majority of the day is highly structured. Please note that even during free time students may have to complete homework assignments or study for their seminars. Below is listed a tentative itinerary. There will be fluctuations dependent on the individual seminar and nightly entertainment.
5. Is Summer Honors a commuter or residential program?
Summer Honors students are required to live on campus. Commuting is not an option. Part of what makes Summer Honors such a valuable experience is that you get to experience first-hand what getting to live in a college residence hall entails.
6. Can I bring my car?
Students are required to stay on campus for the duration of the week. If you choose to bring your car, the Summer Honors staff will collect your keys during orientation and issue you a parking pass.
7. Is there a curfew?
There is an enforced curfew. On Sunday through Thursday, students are not permitted to leave their room after 11:00 p.m. On Friday, the curfew check will be held at midnight.
8. What if I need medical attention during the week?
If a student becomes ill during regular business hours, students will be taken to the ISU Student Health Center. Students are required to bring their insurance card and will be charged their individual copay rate. If the student becomes ill during the evening, the director of the program will escort the student to Union Hospital. The emergency contact of the student will be contacted as soon as possible.
Last updated: July 30, 2014