HTC Honors College Fellows
Information for Students
Through the Honors Fellows program, the HTC Honors College provides both recognition and support for honors students doing research-based, scholarly, and/or creative projects with faculty and staff across the University. Honors students planning on working with a faculty or staff mentor on a project in any discipline are strongly encouraged to apply for support through this program.
Honors Fellows are paid up to $1500 per academic term (up to $3000 per academic year) to work with their mentor during semesters in which they are not receiving course credit for that work. Honors Fellows function as ambassadors for the HTC Honors College, participating in activities such as meeting with prospective students or presenting their research at local schools. Honors Fellows will be paid for this work done on behalf of the Honors College.
Awards are for one academic year but may be renewed through reapplication. Students may arrange to work with their mentor on research during the Summer terms as well.
Honors Fellows must:
- be an honors student in good standing with at least 30 credits completed at Coastal,
- be working with and have the support of a faculty or staff member who will act as a mentor,
- attend Honors Fellow meetings and participate in at least one public Honors College outreach event each semester, including working with prospective students and presenting to local schools,
- provide a written summary reflection about the experience.
Applying to be a Honors Fellow:
Applications should be uploaded to the Honors Fellow Application Portal, and must include the following:
- A 1-2 page research/project proposal,
- A letter of support from your faculty research mentor, which includes a time-line for completion of the research and the expected number of hours each week you will be working on this project.
For the 2022/23 Academic Year, we will give priority to applications received before the end of the 2022 Spring semester. Later applications will be considered, but not given as high a priority.