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The Augusta University Honors Program invites academically motivated and high-potential learners to apply to join our community!

  • As an honors student, you will receive focused advising and early registration privileges so that you can take small classes populated by fellow honors students and taught by some of our best professors. You will also gain 24/7 access to a study and social space in the honors home - the Quad Wall Building.
  • Honors students who complete all requirements and graduate with a GPA of at least 3.30 will receive an honors designation on their diploma and transcript and will be recognized at graduation.
  • The Honors Program will connect you to faculty who will engage you in undergraduate research and creative activities. We will guide you as you collaborate with your faculty mentor to turn your work into an honors project! We will also fund you to travel and present your work at honors conferences as early as your first year in the program and advise you as you compete for scholarships, fellowships, internships, and places in graduate and professional school.

Please note: Due to the curriculum constraints of the Honors Program and the Professional Scholars Program students are unable

to participate in both programs!

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Honors Program

Summerville Campus

Quad Wall Building


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First Year Student Application

Students with a cumulative, unweighted high school GPA of 3.50 or higher, regardless of standardized test scores, will be considered for membership. We invite students with lower GPAs to apply. Even if we cannot admit you for your first semester, we can add you for your next semester if you achieve an AU GPA of 3.40 or higher.

  • Apply by March 1st for our priority deadline. 
  • If you are a currently enrolled first-year student at AU, please complete the Current Student Honors Application.

First Year Application
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Current and Transfer Application

The Augusta University Honors Program invites all current and new transfer students with at least twelve credit hours, but less than 45 credit hours, and a GPA of 3.40 or higher to apply to join our community of academically motivated and high-potential learners!

To access the Current Student Honors Program Application, you will need to log into the admissions portal. Your log in credentials will consist of a personal email and a password (the same ones used when you originally applied to AU). If you are unable to recall your password, select the Forgot Password option and follow the prompts. If you are unable to access your account or encounter difficulties, contact the Office of Academic Admissions at

*Please note that your login credentials for the Honors Program application are not the same as your AU student account.

Current Student Application  Transfer Student Application

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The AU Honors Program seeks students who want to think in complex ways about global challenges. If you have a deep curiosity about the world, we welcome your application.

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