Download the University Honors brochure to learn more.
University Honors students are assigned to an honors academic advisor by college or, in the case of the College of Engineering and Applied Science and McMicken College of Arts and Sciences, by major.
André Durham (Andre.Durham@uc.edu, 513-556-6213) advises honors students in:
*Kayti will be out on maternity leave during the summer of 2013 - please see her profile for interim advisor listings.
The University Honors academic advisors assist students in learning how to fit honors classes and experiences into their curricula, developing honors experiential learning projects, creating individual academic plans, providing resources for academic success and more. We encourage you to contact the University Honors academic advisor at anytime with any academic (or other!) questions or concerns that you may have.
Students also have academic advisors in their colleges who can help with college-related questions, such as major/minor requirements, general education requirements, semester transition, etc.
Students who entered the program in or after Fall 2011 are required to meet with their University Honors advisor once per year. Advisors will send information regarding each year's required meeting directly to students. Of course, students may meet with their advisor as often as needed.
All other University Honors students are encouraged (but not required) to meet with their advisor every year.
Contact an honors academic advisor at 513-556-6254 or email@example.com. Also, please reference the resource guide for University Honors students to learn more about the advising process and learning objectives: