There are many opportunities available to Honors Students at Ferris State – from performing community service with the Big Rapids Women’s Information Service (WISE) to knitting with the Registered Student Organization ‘Crafter’s Anonymous,’ our students engage with their community and take advantage of all that we have to offer.

The Honors Program has funds available to help Honors students finance events such as conferences, retreats, study away trips and national/foreign exchange programs. We take groups of students down to Grand Rapids to see performances at DeVos Hall.  We have annual Awards dinners, an Art Show, Formal, Send-Off banquet, Speech Contest and the Variety Show.

In addition, honors students are actively engaged in research on campus, apply for scholarships and post-graduate fellowships, attend conferences and help run the program itself.

As the opportunities for service, leadership and cultural and academic enrichment appear, we’ll post them here!

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Spanish Career Panel this Tuesday - Join the Spanish Program for their Spanish Career Panel on Tuesday, March 2 from 11 to 11:50 AM on Zoom!
“Overcoming Adversity and the Importance of Educational Opportunities Outside the Classroom” - Join Dr. John Matlock on February 25 at 11 AM on Zoom for a talk entitled “Overcoming Adversity and the Importance of Educational Opportunities Outside the Classroom,” sponsored by The […]
Reminder! Black History Month Presentation TONIGHT - Tonight, February 16 at 6PM via Zoom, Dr. Tommy Curry will be doing a presentation titled “The Permanence and Prominence of Anti-Black Racism in the United States.” Don’t miss out! […]
Carnival Party this Tuesday - The Department of English, Literature, and World Languages at Ferris is organizing a Carnival Party on Tuesday, February 16 at 6 PM on Zoom. Learn about the carnival tradition in […]
Black History Month Presentation on Anti-Black Racism this Tuesday - FSU Arts and Lectures presents a Black History Month Presentation by Dr. Tommy Curry entitled “The Permanence and Prominence of Anti-Black Racism in the United States” on February 16, 2021 […]
Women, Trauma and Genocide – Webinar Series - Join us on February 16th at 6:30pm for a webinar, “Sexual Violence Against Women in the Holocaust,” featuring internationally renowned academics Rochelle Saidel and Sonja Hedgepeth! Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/99511824481?pwd=aGdXL2ZKaXpEbU1OUGEwT2NRYlNOZz09 For more information, […]
Virtual Speaking Contest - On Tuesday, March 16, the Honors Program will be hosting their 20th Annual Speaking Contest via Zoom! Make sure to mark it on your calendar so you don’t miss it! […]
Artist Talk with Robert Andy Coombs! - On Monday, February 8 at 6:30PM, the Liaison Committee is presenting a virtual talk with Grand Rapids’ DisArt and photographer Robert Andy Coombs, and anyone is welcome to attend! All […]
Lunch and Learn: Learning about French History, Culture, and Language through Cuisine - Join Dr. Daniel Noren, a French professor at Ferris State University, on Thursday, January 28 at 11 AM on Zoom to learn about French history, culture, and language through cuisine. […]
Present your work at MEHA 2021! - Our regional Honors conference, the Mid-East Honors Association, or MEHA, is accepting submissions for its 2021 conference. The conference will be held virtually March 25th-27th. If you have recently completed […]
Volunteer Tutors Needed for Big Rapids School Students - Big Rapids Public Schools is reaching out to find volunteer tutors to work with students remotely. Please contact Linda Lindsey at llindsey@brps.org to learn more.
Lunch and Learn: the Global Engagement e-Certificate - Join Megan Hauser-Tran of the Office of International Education for a Lunch and Learn on the Global Engagement e-Certificate on Thursday, January 21 at 11 AM on Zoom. The Global […]
Lunch and Learn: The Honors Contract Process - Join the honors advisor, Cathy Bordeau, on Thursday, January 14 at 11 AM on Zoom to learn how to do an honors contract. In an honors contract, students do an […]
Cultural event: Flint Arts Lecture on Houdini – Jan 13 - The Flint Institute of Arts is hosting a free public lecture by Dr. Taylor Hagood of Florida Atlantic University on Houdini’s life and work. It will be livestreamed on Youtube. […]
Cultural Event: The Theory of Relativity - The Theory of Relativity: A New Musical About Us A Ferris State University Theatre Virtual Production Directed by Katherine LaPietra Musical Direction by Courtney Piercey Production Design, Motion Graphics and Video Editing by Kate […]