Nunemaker Center houses the University Honors Program (UHP) at 1502 Engel Road, directly across from Templin Hall. Student can use the full kitchen downstairs to cook meals and desserts, there are usually snacks around, and coffee can be made upon request. Nunemaker is a great study facility for individuals or groups; having wireless internet and open until 10:00pm Sunday-Thursday. Keep an eye out in the Honors Weekly Email for fun opportunities, such as guest speakers, movies, and activities.
Check your email - plain and simple. The University Honors Program (UHP) sends emails weekly about all things pertaining to the honors program. These involve information about research, cool events, guest speakers, scholarships, jobs and internship opportunities.
How to set up an Honors advising appointment
If your honors seminar meets at Nunemaker, chances are your advisor has an office here. In this case, call the UHP office at 785-864-4225 to set up an appointment. If your advisor’s primary office is not in Nunemaker, email him or her directly to set up an appointment. Try not to wait until the last minute to set up an appointment, especially if you’re trying to lift an advising hold or select classes for your next semester.
Requirements to Graduate with University Honors
For students entering Honors FA16 & later:
For students who entered Honors prior to FA16:
Honors Program Links:
The Honors Program provides several ways for you to stay connected and informed about events and activities.
Honors Student Council
The UHP Student Council is the student voice in the Honors Program. In addition to representing the honors students on matters of policy, and on search committees, the Council officers and committee chairs work with the honors staff on a variety of projects throughout the year fundraising, community service activities, social events, and information meetings. Check out their website here.