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Questions About COVID-19 & Reporting an Illness
In response to an increase in COVID-19 cases on our campus and in the region, the Washtenaw County Health Department, in collaboration with the university, issued a 14-day Stay in Place order for undergraduate students beginning October 20. Honors continues to follow the protocols as outlined on the website Campus Maize & Blueprint, as well as remaining informed through President Schlissel's updates.
The university has a multi-tiered testing and monitoring strategy in place; click here for available testing options on campus. If you suspect an illness and would like to communicate with your instructors, click here to complete an LSA Student Report of Illness. Additionally, during this stressful time, students can find mental health resources at Well-being for U-M Students, as provided by Student Life. As always, your Honors advisors are standing by; use this link to make a virtual appointment.
Established over 60 years ago, the LSA Honors Program carries a proud tradition of experiential learning based on one's major and interests. Approximately 500 students enroll each year, going on to graduate from all areas of LSA — from Comparative Literature to Physics, from Chemistry to Romance Languages. Honors students seek a comprehensive, challenging approach to their particular field of study, which culminates their senior year with a thesis. By participating in Honors, they are welcomed into an exciting, diverse campus community. These pages feature frequently asked questions, program information, and tools for the process. Welcome!
We strive to support our students and faculty on the front lines of learning and research and to steward our planet, our community, our campus. To do this, the Honors Program needs your support.