Now We’ll Be Tracking 75 Honors Programs–and Here They are
U at Buffalo Student Adds a Marshall Scholarship to His Goldwater Award
Clemson Calhoun Honors Student Combines Engineering with Global Studies
U.S. News: Major Public Universities with Highest Freshman Retention Rates
Rhodes Scholars 2014: UVA, Georgia Tech, UC Berkeley, Mississippi State, Tennessee, and Wisconsin Have Winners
Surprise: Public Universities Have the Best Academic Departments
Auburn Honors College Student Wins Marshall Scholarship
Schreyer Honors College: A Parent’s Perspective
Arkansas Honors Alum Wins Marshall Scholarship
MSU Honors Student Nominated for Three Major Awards
A Methodology Change: We Will Have More Expansive Data for Prestigious Scholarships
Best Public Universities for Study-Abroad Scholarships
Michigan, ASU, Rutgers, UT Austin Lead in 2013-2014 Fulbright Student Awards
Based on Academic Reputation Alone, Publics Would Be Higher in U.S. News Rankings
Fall 2014 Application Deadlines for Public University Honors Programs
Times Higher Ed World University Rankings 2013-2014
U.S. News Best Undergrad Business 2014: Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Maryland Gain the Most
U.S. News 2014 Rankings: Lots of Changes for Public Universities
U.S. Has 24 of Top 50 Engineering and Technology Universities in the World
Washington Monthly Rankings: A Strong Resource for Families Earning $75,000 or Less
Princeton Review 2013 Best Public Values: UVA, UNC Chapel Hill
Forbes Rankings 2013: A Mild Shift to Publics
Fiske Guide to Colleges 2014 Lists 18 Public Universities as Best Values
College Scorecard–Net Tuition Costs After Aid
Business Insider’s Fifty Best Colleges According to Readers
Business Week: Best Public B-Schools Are Virginia, Michigan, Texas, North Carolina
Welcome to the Public University Honors site! This is the only site on the web that is devoted entirely to the evaluation and discussion of public university honors programs and public honors colleges. Please visit the pages on the menu above, and then check out the monthly archives for interesting and valuable information about fifty leading public university honors programs. You can also put in a school name in the “Search this Site” box above the Twitter feed on the upper right side of this page and go directly to the posts that mention the school.
Many people start out with the “Top Honors Programs” page, above, or “Rankings, Academic Departments,” or “College Value–Public Honors vs. Private Elites,” or the post Surprise: Public Universities Have the Best Academic Departments. “
If you decide you need even more information than the partial lists on some of our pages, you might be interested in purchasing our book (Yes, We Have a Book) that has detailed stats and narrative profiles for all fifty programs. Before you purchase the book, we urge you to spend some time reviewing the “Methodology” page above.
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