Engage with Honors
- Stay connected with SASHP on social media through our Facebook page, Instagram, & SAS Honors Blog.
- Commuters & Off-Campus students should check out the various amenities available to them on all four campuses, as well as events organized by the Rutgers Commuter Student Association.
- Explore! Consider an Honors Program Global Experience, a Rutgers Study Abroad Program, or an exchange program to another university in the United States, Guam, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Connect with Campus Resources
- If you are considering the pre-law track, connect with the Pre-Law Office for pre-law advising.
- If you are on the pre-health track, connect with the Health Professions Office (HPO) for pre-health advising.
- Visit University Career Services to hone your resume, discuss career options based on your academic interests, practice mock interviews, and attend internship and career fairs.
- The Rutgers Learning Center offers group tutoring in both introductory and advanced level courses, but also offers free academic coaching to help with time management and test anxiety.
- There is a range of fellowships to consider applying to as early as your first year at Rutgers.
- Information regarding merit-based scholarships is available through the SAS Scholarship Office.
- Bookmark these valuable websites:
- Academic Calendar has important information about academic deadlines, including add/drop and withdrawal deadlines, holiday closings, and change of class day designations.
- Academic Departments has links to every SAS academic department and pertinent advising information related to their major(s).
- Degree Navigator helps students stay on track with their SAS core, major, and minor (if applicable) requirements.
- Majors & Minors lists every available SAS major and minor, as well as which majors are considered credit-intensive.
- SAS Core Curriculum lists all the available SAS core courses organized by academic department.
- SAS Forms are all online.
Be mindful of the SAS Honors Academic Progress Policy.
- All honors students must earn a minimum 3.25 semester GPA during their first year and a 3.5 semester GPA every semester thereafter.
- We highly recommend that you take a Byrne Seminar in your first year. These wonderful, small 1-credit courses are only available your first year, and it fulfills your 2nd Honors Colloquium.
- The Global Language Proficiency Requirement is more than a requirement; it prepares you as a member of an increasingly globalized society. Check out all four options; there is something for everyone!
Expand your horizons
- Visit the Aresty Research Center to learn about their summer and academic-year research opportunities.
- Go beyond the classroom! Choose from over 450 student organizations to join.
- Stay in touch regarding upcoming events, programs, and involvement opportunities at Rutgers University by signing up for the RU Involved listserve.