Honors College Feedback Survey
The University of Idaho has a well-developed Honors Program since 1983. Recently, many universities in the US have developed new Honors Colleges or have transformed their Honors Program into an Honors College in order to be more competitive, to attract more high achieving students and to offer their students a more comprehensive honors education across all majors and academic programs.
While different in terms of their administrative structure, Honors Colleges mostly differ from Honors Programs in their enhanced interdisciplinary curriculum and living-and-learning options, which are attractive to students. Out of a list of twelve northwest peer institutions, four institutions have an Honors Program and eight have an Honors College, including Boise State University, Washington State University, Oregon State University, Montana State University, University of Oregon, University of Wyoming and University of Utah.
With your help, we would like to see if the time has come for our institution to enhance our honors education through a possible transition to an Honors College. As part of a larger campus conversation, we would like to hear your thoughts, insights, ideas and feedback on this subject. This survey is anonymous. No contact information is being collected. Thank you very much for your help and time!
Director, University Honors Program.
Please answer the following questions from your perspective as a faculty or staff member or stakeholder in your department/college and/or a member of the U of I community.