What is the University Honors Program (UHP)?
What are the requirements of the UHP?
What is needed to be admitted to the UHP?
May I apply if I do not meet the minimum requirements?
May I apply to the UHP after my first semester at FAU?
I received the Presidential or the Spirit of FAU scholarship. Will I receive an invitation to join the UHP?
Are there any other scholarships available to students admitted and enrolled in the UHP?
Is there special UHP housing?
What is the Medical Scholars Program?
The primary goal of this program is to admit academically talented high school students to the MHP at FAMU, with a conditional acceptance to FAU's College of Medicine. The students will have to successfully complete the program and satisfy the requirements of the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) and FAU's College of Medicine.
To be eligible for the program at FAU/FAMU, applicants must have an un-weighted high school average of at least a 3.5 GPA, an SAT composite minimum score of 1800 or a minimum composite ACT score of 27 and must be in their last year of high school at the time of application. Up to 10 total FAMU students will be admitted each year. A committee jointly composed of faculty from FAU and FAMU has been established to oversee the administration and admissions of this cooperative and integrated program. For more information please contact 561-297-4828 or COMinfo@health.fau.edu. .
What are the Honors Seminars?
Is the UHP available to students in specific majors?