The Honors College
Reach your full potential in a community of scholars.
At Valdosta State, you’ll join a community of scholars in pursuit of academic innovation and social engagement. Here, you’ll find creative thinking, global awareness, research opportunities, service, and lifelong friendships while leading the way as a campus scholar. Participation in the Honors College at VSU includes an exclusive residential and social community with dedicated facilities, smaller classes, scholarship opportunities, and rigorous interactions with faculty mentors. Join other scholars in the pursuit of knowledge and end your college search here.
Meet Dean Mike Savoie
The Honors College is a program built on innovation and creative engagement, and our students serve as models for the student body and community. Please come and see us in person in the Honors House.Letter from the Dean
- 30 AprLast Class Day for SpringLast Class Day for SpringApril 30, 201812:00 am - 11:00 pm
- 01 MayFinal ExamsFinal ExamsMay 01, 2018 to May 04, 20188:00 am - 11:00 pm
- 05 MayOfficial Graduation Date for Spring 18Official Graduation Date for Spring 18May 05, 201812:00 am - 11:00 pm
Reade Hall Residential Community
Honors College students have the opportunity to live in a primarily-honors residence hall, where you can live and learn together with your closest classmates and enjoy honors-focused programming and activities.Learn More About Reade Hall
The Honors Student Association
HSA is dedicated to serving the community, VSU, and its members through a wide variety of activities that are both fun and education, ranging from conferences across the United States to cleaning up local parks or teaching young children for a day.More About The HSA
The Honors House
The Honors House is a place for students to study, collaborate, socialize, and engage with the honors community at VSU. Once the home of Valdosta State presidents, the house is a refuge for engaged and motivated scholars.The Honors House on the Campus Map