Honors students are committed to giving back
Being an Honors student produces an impact that reaches far beyond the classroom. Our students actively seek opportunities to bring positive change locally, regionally and nationally.
Honors student, Grace Anderson, is among students working alongside a university professor to make hand sanitizer for student dorms and health workers. (Article: WINK News, Reporter stephanie Byrne, Writer Jack Lowenstein)
Hernandez-Isidro’s research began last semester as an Honors College contract when Dr. Derek Lura, assistant professor in bioengineering, introduced him to Jennifer Lee, who was referred to FGCU during a fitting for her new wheelchair. (Article: Karen Booth, FGCU 360/Photo: James Greco)
15 Honors students study, bring aid and explore the Peruvian Amazon in partnership with Project Amazonas alongside Honors faculty.
Honors students participate in St. Baldrick's Day, supporting childhood cancer research
The Honors College attends FGCU Day at the Capitol, 2018
Immokalee Immersion Trip
Honors College students spend a weekend immersed in Immokalee, FL participating in various service projects.