If a student receives a Regent’s University Scholarship or a Presidential University Scholarship, the student will be invited to apply to the Honors Program.
The Honors Program is a cohort-based program. The applicant’s file is reviewed and included the applicant’s transcript, SAT or ACT scores, a two-page personal statement, and a letter of recommendation. Successful applicants have achieved combined SAT math and critical reading scores of 1720 (or 24 ACT scores) and GPAs of 3.40 on a 4.0 scale.
Students should complete the University’s standard application in addition to completing these requirements.
For upperclassmen interested in becoming a member of the Honors Program, they will need to be nominated by a professor, dean, or administrator at Prairie View A&M University. Typically for upperclassmen, the GPA range is a 3.7 to a 4.0 to be considered a serious candidate.
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