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

Honors Student Helps Win Biodesign Competition
Madeline Tomczak competed successfully against student teams from 29 schools across the U.S. and the world.

Honors Student Selected as Fulbright Award Recipient
Kristen Murray received only one of 54 grants to live and work in Mexico next year as an English teaching assistant.

Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship Won by Honors Student
Nathan Szymanski has received one of the oldest and most competitive prizes in the country in the fields of science and mathematics.

Honors Student Recognized by Society of Professional Journalists
Madison Humphrey, student producer and reporter for UT:10 News, was among top three finalists for region 4 in 2017 Mark of Excellence Awards competition.

Female Leaders Shaping Toledo Politics Panel Features Honors Student
Sydney Jones joined a former Toledo Mayor, a Lucas County Auditor, and a Toledo City Council member to discuss their careers as women in local politics.

Honors Student Plants Roots for Bedford Library Garden Program

Linnea Vicari created a library garden program for Bedford, MI last year using a grant from the Monroe County Environmental Fund.

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Last Updated: 9/14/18