There are several forms that current Honors Program students may need as they progress through the program. If you have any questions, please contact the Honors Program Director, Dr. Tim Kiemel.

Forms for Planning Progress

Junior Progress Form (completed prior to enrolling in KNES 476/477, usually last semester of Junior year)

Senior Progress Form - Honors (completed 1 semester prior to graduation)

Forms for Registration

Course Registration Form (complete prior to each semester)

Honors Course Contract Form - used for all classes taken for honors credit

Course Waiver Form (when proposing alternate coursework, such as study abroad)

Honors Resources

See general University Honors Program resources here.

Honors students completing their Thesis projects may want to consider applying for an Honors Research Grant.

Honors students may also be eligible to compete for Department of Kinesiology grants to secure funding for their Honors Theses. See the Honors Director for more information.


Honors students are encouraged to present their Thesis activities as part of Undergraduate Research Day, which showcases current research, scholarship, and artistic endeavors across the undergraduate campus community. More details are at the link provided above. This is an excellent way for Honors Students to gain additional presentation experience and exposure for their work.

The McNair program has been specifically designed to increase the participation of under-represented groups in graduate school, particularly at the Ph.D. level.

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