Kugelman Honors Program
The Kugelman Honors Program challenges and supports the highest-achieving and most creative undergraduate students at the University of West Florida. Current High school students who are interested in joining UWF in Fall 2019 will be automatically considered for admission now through March 1st. Students who meet Honors Program admissions requirements will be invited to opt-in to Honors.
Explore the Benefits
Challenging academic experiences, summer study abroad programs, scholarships, research support, and a vibrant living-learning community are all part of being a student in the Kugelman Honors Program.Benefits of Honors
Success in Honors
Honors at the collegiate level is a unique and challenging experience. Learn more about the characteristics that make students successful in the Kugelman Honors Program before making a commitment.Is Honors Right for Me?
The Honors Experience
Beginning with the first-year sequence, then on to exclusive Honors seminars, and culminating with the Honors Thesis, the Honors curriculum engages students throughout their time as undergraduates.Program Requirements
- Tue, 10 Apr 2018 18:30:04 GMTUWF faculty and students to present research, creative work at Student Scholars Symposium
- Tue, 19 Dec 2017 15:04:09 GMTUWF biology students earn top honors at annual biomedical research conference
- Wed, 27 Sep 2017 14:34:28 GMTUWF welcomes National Merit Finalists and top scholarship recipients
Service to one's community is a cornerstone of the Honors experience at UWF. Be it through Honors coursework or in independent service initiatives, Honors student are active and engaged in service both on and off campus.Community Service
Honors students are challenged to become leaders in Honors and across campus. Learn more about leadership opportunities available through the Kugleman Honors Program, from serving as an Honors Mentor to the various positions offered through the Honors Council.Student Leadership
UWF Community Garden
The UWF Community Garden is an active service project of the Kugelman Honors Program. Dr. Greg Tomso, the program's interim director, oversees the garden. Students enrolled in the Honors seminar "Politics of Food" and the Honors section of Introduction to Environmental Science assist in the garden, along with many others from the UWF community.UWF Community Garden