Honors Carolina Courses
From art history to economics, from biology to classics, Honors Carolina offers more than 160 courses each year that encompass virtually every discipline in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Registering for Honors Carolina Courses
Honors Carolina students register for Honors Carolina courses online in advance of other eligible students. Once registration opens for all eligible students (those with at least a 3.0 GPA), the Honors Carolina office will maintain wait lists for any courses that fill up. Open courses will allow you to register online; to get on the wait list for a closed course, please complete the Honors Carolina Wait List Request Form.
Honors Carolina students are asked to review our Tips & Tricks: Honors Course Registration document prior to the online registration period. Honors Carolina staff are happy to answer questions.
Honors First Year Seminars: All first year Honors Carolina students must enroll in an Honors First Year Seminar during the current academic year. Honors Carolina students who do not complete this requirement in the fall semester will receive priority registration in a Spring Honors First Year Seminar. Wait listing is not permitted for Honors First Year Seminars.
Honors Carolina Requirements
Honors Carolina students must maintain a 3.0 GPA (cumulative) and complete two Honors courses or course equivalents each academic year to remain in good standing. Click here to review all Honors Carolina requirements.
Faculty and Staff click here for more information on teaching an honors course of your own.