Welcome to BGSU Honors
The Honors Learning Community has reached its member capacity and is now on a wait-list. To ensure your status on the wait-list, login to your myBGSU account and request membership. You will be notified via your BGSU email account if we are able to move you off the wait-list.
Learn more about our Honors Students of Color
BGSU Honors Students of Color seeks to equip our multicultural students with the confidence, skills, and tools to successfully navigate their experience not only in the Honors College but at BGSU.
Kaylee Ries, a BGSU Honors College, student who is hailed for her advocacy and public service in Bowling Green and nationwide has been selected as one of only 100 college students across America - and one of only three in Ohio - to receive the inaugural Obama-Chesky Voyager Scholarship for Public Service.
The Honors College prepares students to enter competitive internships and graduate programs, while also preparing them for the job market. Students who have graduated from BGSU’s Honors College have continued their journey of academic excellence at some of the most rigorous graduate and professional programs in the country and have found success landing jobs at competitive national companies. Just a few of the organizations, graduate schools, and companies are below.
Updated: 09/26/2022 03:31PM