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209 Elizabeth Avenue
Honors House/Morehead State University
Morehead, KY 40351
Phone: 606-783-2582
Fax: 606-783-5088
E-mail:  p.krummrich@moreheadstate.edu

 

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Honors Program

Program Info

The Honors Program is a highly selective program, open to outstanding students in all majors. The coursework falls into two categories: a required core of classes that fulfill some general education requirements, and independent projects designed to enhance the student’s capacity for self-directed learning. Students are required to participate in the Undergraduate Research Fellows Program, to provide 80 hours of service over four years, and to complete an approved overseas experience. Those admitted to the program receive the Honors Scholarship which covers tuition, room, board, books,  and includes up to $1500 to be used towards the cost of the overseas experience.

To get more information about the George M. Luckey Jr. Honors Program, click here www.moreheadstate.edu/honors

Accreditations

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools - SACS

Morehead State University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

 

Students who complete the program will receive their degrees with Honors.
Honors Program Career Opportunities

Students who complete this program will be extraordinarily well prepared to pursue the careers appropriate to their major, whatever it may be the research and independent work required for the program will significantly enhance the student’s preparation in his or

Admission to Morehead State University (see MSU admission requirements).

Once you have completed your application to MSU, you are eligible to apply for the Honors Scholarship.  The deadline is typically in December, although it varies slightly from year to year.  For complete, updated application instructions and requirements tot he Honors Program, see http://www2.moreheadstate.edu/honors/index.aspx?id=38762.
Address:
209 Elizabeth Avenue
Honors House, MSU
Morehead, KY 40351    

Department Phone Number: 606-783-2807
Director of Honors Program: 606-783-2726

E-mail: Dr. Philip Krummrich, Director, George M. Luckey, Jr. Honors Program
E-mail: Brenda Porter, Academic Department Specialist

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"MSU provided me with such an enriching experience. I began my journey four years before college as a participant in Trio's Upward Bound and was even placed on MSU's campus for my time in the Governor's Scholar Program. After so much time on this campus, and hearing great things about the Foreign Language programs, MSU already felt like home and the obvious choice for furthering my education. Once here I realized I was right and I met many new people and learned many valuable lessons. To MSU, I say gracias, merci, grazie and thank you for everything."

Timothy Williams
Graduate
Wellington, KY

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