Jesup Scott Honors College

The Jesup Scott Honors College offers enhanced academic and experiential opportunities to highly motivated and talented students in all of the undergraduate colleges at The University of Toledo. The Honors College provides:
- a nurturing and challenging higher education experience
- small-group and discussion-based learning
- environment conducive to growth and discovery
- an atmosphere of intellectual and cultural diversity

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Honors in the News

Syrian Refugee Outreach Topic of March 19th Lecture
UT Honors students will discuss their efforts to support the Toledo Syrian refugee community.

UT and White House Alumna Discusses American
Shamila Chaudhary
UT alumna Shamila Chaudhary returns to campus to deliver JSHC Distinguished Lecture to campus audience.

Honors Dean Among Researchers Elected AAAS Fellows

Heidi Appel and two other UT researchers elected Fellows for American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Leading Native-American Singer-Songwriter Performs
Joanne Shenandoah, a composer and vocalist from the Iroquois Confederacy and Oneida Nation, visited UT to perform a free, public concert co-hosted by the JSHC.

Poetry Reading Supports UT's First LGBT Scholarship
The JSHC co-sponsored Rane Arroyo Poetry Read-In celebrated a poet virtuoso and supported LGBT students.

Honors College Co-sponsors Banned Books Vigil

UT celebrated its 20th annual Banned Books Vigil to celebrate the right to read and think freely without censor.

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Last Updated: 3/16/18