Who We AreHelping students realize their intellectual and personal potential.
The Honors College at Oklahoma State University is a unique, immersive educational
opportunity. We are committed to a high-quality, enhanced intellectual experience
for students from diverse backgrounds. The Honors College provides a living/learning
environment that fosters a strong sense of community. We seek to challenge students
in dynamic ways, encourage non-traditional learning experiences, and support students'
personal and professional development.
Forget your high school AP classes. This isn't like that.
Our goal is to provide students all of the benefits of a small, liberal arts education,
while also offering the vast resources of a large, land-grant institution within the
Big XII. Honors classes are designed to be engaging and discussion-based, and our
top teaching faculty are encouraged to present material in new and interesting ways.
The classroom can be an exciting place when full of motivated and intellectually curious
Honors College students enjoy a number of fringe benefits for their participation,
including priority enrollment, small class sizes, the option to live in honors housing,
additional scholarship opportunities and more.
Dunn received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award for the 2021-2022 academic year from the U.S.
Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. She will
teach English in La Rioja, Spain, the same nation where she completed a study abroad
Blakey received a Truman Scholarship, the premier U.S. graduate fellowship for those pursuing careers as public service leaders.
She has used her research in combination with communication skills to serve as an
advocate for agricultural research.
Anadu won a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, the preeminent undergraduate award for outstanding students who seek research careers
in the natural sciences, mathematics and engineering. Anadu worked in multiple science
labs at OSU and participated in a National Science Foundation project at the University
Bartlett also received a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. He has been both a CEAT Scholar and a Freshman Research Scholar, and he won a Wentz
Research Scholarship for his work in OSU’s Systems Biomedicine and Pharmaceutics Lab.
Gin, a Goldwater Scholarship winner, has worked in a biomedical research lab at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
as a member of the Fleming Scholars Program. She also participated in the 2019 Cambridge
Scholars Program, studying health care systems of the United States and United Kingdom
at the University of Cambridge.
Thornton, who received a Goldwater Scholarship, engaged in extensive research projects on OSU’s autonomous golf cart and unmanned aerial systems
in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He was also a CEAT Scholar,
a Freshman Research Scholar and a Wentz Research Scholar.
Vance, a 2021 Goldwater Scholar, was the first OSU student to combine chemical, mechanical and aerospace engineering programs
at the undergraduate level. She has supplemented her coursework with an extensive
history of research projects.
Replogle was one of only 34 U.S. students to be selected for the Gates Cambridge Scholarship
in 2020. He plans to pursue a master’s degree in research in future propulsion and
power at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.