All honors students are required to complete an Honors thesis in order to graduate as a University Honors Scholar. In addition, each student submitting a thesis must present his or her research at a conference or other public venue such as a regional Honors conference or the UWF Student Scholars Symposium. This page contains links to all of the necessary information you will need to complete your honors thesis. If you have additional questions, contact Ms. Robin Jones, Honors Program Coordinator, atÂ email@example.com or Dr. Gregory Tomso, Associate Director of University Honors, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduation Term of April 2013
Proposal due on October 26th & Thesis due on April 12th
Graduation Term of August 2013
Proposal due on April 5th & Thesis due on August 2nd
Graduation Term of December 2013
Proposal due on June 28th & Thesis due on November 8th
Graduation Term of April 2014
Proposal due on October 25th & Thesis due on April 11th
Graduation Term of August 2014
Proposal due on April 4th & Thesis due on August 8th
The first steps in beginning the thesis process are finding a faculty advisor, identifying a topic, writing a thesis proposal, and submitting it to the Honors office using the online submission system. After your proposal is accepted, you will be register for thesis credit hours.