THE HONORS PROGRAM

 

The Honors Program at Prairie View A&M University is designed to provide a variety of scholarly activities and advanced courses for outstanding undergraduate students who value and seek rigorous academic challenges. To achieve this goal, each honors course stimulates intellectual exchange through small seminar-style classes. Interaction with faculty and peers offers the ability to refine the skills of clear expression, acute analysis, critical thinking and imaginative problem solving. Students selected as participants are provided a framework for global leadership including a foreign language class of Chinese or Spanish.

HISTORY AT PVAMU

Learn about the history of scholars at Prairie View A&M University.

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SCHOLARSHIPS

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98%

Honors students have studied Chinese for one year at Prairie View A&M University; 2% have studied Arabic for 1 year.

97%

Honors students graduate with honors in 4 years and immediately attend professional and graduate programs.

96%

Honors students have studied advanced Chinese at Xi'an International Studies University in Xian China.

60%

In addition to China, Honors students have also traveled to Ghana, South Africa, Morocco, Italy, Costa Rica, and Cuba.

J.B. Coleman Library | Third Floor, Honors Lounge - Rm 305

Prairie View A&M University | P.O. Box 519; MS 1099, Prairie View, TX  77446

Main Office: 936-261-5221 | honors.program@pvamu.edu