Welcome to the Honors College at Texas A&M University-Kingsville!
The Honors College provides a foundation for our students to get the most out of their academic experience. Our goal is to engage students in an enriched educational experience through increased undergraduate research opportunities, creative collaborations, leadership develop-ment, community engagement, unique internships, and international program opportunities. Students may pursue any major they choose, thus being part of two academic colleges. To graduate from the Honors College, students must take honors courses and conduct a senior research project. These experiences provide a comprehensive approach to learning.
At the Honors College, we also believe in the concept of living-learning residential programs. Our adminis-trative offices are located in the Mesquite Village West residence hall, where we have an Honors Living-Learning Community. We are excited to welcome both our current and newly admitted Javelina Honors students. If you have not applied to the Honors College and think you may qualify, please review our application procedures on this website. You can join the Honors College as an incoming freshman or transfer student. You can also apply as a current student at TAMUK.
Dr. Kim McCuistion
University-Wide Academic Achievement Ceremony -
May 15, 2015
Location: Jones Auditorium. start time: 8:30am
Graduating undergraduates with a GPA of 3.40 or higher and 45 hours at TAMUK will be honored at the Academic Achievement Ceremony on commencement day. This is a family and friends event, so please attend and celebrate these students' academic achievement.
Students need to be there by 7:45am. Do not wear cap and gown to this ceremony.
Visitors: Jones Auditorium is located at the back of the parking lot at the corner of Armstrong Street and Santa Gertrudis Avenue.
Honors College Seniors graduating May 15, 2015
Congratulations to our Spring 2015 Seniors for completing their Honors College requirements:
Sarah Beers, Geology
Kelsey Brown, Kinesiology
Nicholas Brown, History and Political Science
Alexis Castro, Biomedical Sciences
Elizabeth Clancy, Mechanical Engineering
Saul Cruces, Mechanical Engineering
Elisa Cruz, Biomedical Sciences and Chemistry
Jennifer Eiland, History
Denise Etheridge, Chemical Engineering
Cassandra Flaniken, Chemistry
Frank Garza, Communications and Political Science
Victoria Haynes, Range and Wildlife Management
Emily Hernandez, Interdisciplinary Studies
Daniella Herrera, Geology
Kristopher Kerr, Electrical Engineering
Hilari Martin, Chemical Engineering
Hugo Martinez, Chemical Engineering
Joshua Morgan, Chemical Engineering
Matthew Nguyen, Biomedical Sciences
Cierra Oldag, Biomedical Sciences
Kaitlyn Polly, English
Fares Sabawi, Communications
Ramon Saenz, III, Range and Wildlife Management
Want to see who else has graduated from the Honors College? Check out our Alumni section.
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The TAMUK Honors College is affiliated with:
The National Collegiate Honors Council
The Great Plains Honors Council
Alpha Lambda Delta
Golden Key International Honour Society
This page was last updated on: May 12, 2015