The staff of the Kugelman Honors Program serve as dedicated Honors advisors to students in the program.
Kugelman Honors Advising
Honors advisors are available to all students in the Kugelman Honors Program to discuss Honors-related advising concerns. Students will first meet with a First Year Advising or major/minor advisor. Student's can verify their academic advisor can be verified in Navigate.
Stay Connected: Your UWF Student Email Matters
Checking your UWF student email daily is crucial. Advisors and University representatives primarily use email to communicate important information to you. Regularly monitoring your student email account ensures you receive time-sensitive messages promptly, avoiding any missed opportunities or deadlines.
Conveniently Schedule Advising Appointments
Advising appointments can be made by using Navigate, found in MyUWF. Please select the locations Honors (Pace Hall, Building 930) for an in-person appointment or Honors (Virtual/Phone) for a virtual appointment. If you select the virtual option, your appointment confirmation will include a meeting link to use during your appointment time. You will need a computer or tablet with a microphone to connect with your Honors Advisor. It is preferred that you have access to MyUWF during the appointment.
There are also step-by-step instructions on how to schedule an academic advising appointment in the public knowledge base.
Please note that all appointments are made using Central Daylight Time, so plan accordingly if you are in a different time zone. If you are 10+ minutes late, you will be considered a no-show, and your appointment will be canceled in consideration of the following student appointment.
Advance Registration Privileges for Honors Students
Honors students enjoy the privilege of Advance Registration. We encourage you to schedule your advising appointments early and regularly to make the most of this opportunity.
To maintain active standing within the Kugelman Honors Program, all students must uphold a minimum 3.0 GPA at UWF. Falling below this threshold will result in being placed on probation in the Honors Program. If an Honors student fails to achieve a 3.0 GPA for two consecutive semesters, they will be deemed academically ineligible to continue as a member of the Honors Program. Similarly, failure to complete an Honors course for two consecutive semesters (excluding summer semesters) will result in termination for non-participation.
Students who find themselves academically ineligible can seek reinstatement to the Honors Program. Once their GPA exceeds 3.0, they may submit a petition for reinstatement to the Honors Director. We encourage students to take this opportunity to re-engage with the Honors community and resume their academic journey with renewed enthusiasm.