Throughout the year,
Honors students come together to take part in the many Honors traditions
held in Nunemaker Place—from the much-anticipated Monte Carlo Night
when students and faculty face off for ultimate bragging rights, to the
end-of-semester Dead Paper Society where students gather around the fire
on Nunemaker’s back porch to burn copies of papers they’d rather not
Here, you’ll also find the offices of Honors College staff and unofficial, but beloved, Honors mascot, Scout.
Read More About Honors
expert on Honors education, Honors College Dean Richard Badenhausen
regularly publishes essays in journals and monographs on issues of
interest to the national Honors community.