Frequently Asked Questions

Please see below our most frequently asked questions.

Freshmen, Sophomore, and new students at TAMIU for the first-time starting Fall 2021.

After you have been accepted into the Honors Program, you may reach out to the department program representative to inquire who is your faculty mentor.

Juniors and Seniors who have been at TAMIU may continue with their original honors pathway.

Students can contact the honors office at honors@tamiu.edu or 956-326-2133 for more information on their specific honors pathway.

Yes, any junior who requires special consideration and has already secured an honors faculty mentor can submit an appeal. The appeal will be reviewed by the honors committee.

All members are required to complete 30 community engagement hours within the academic year.

Yes, however, the event will need to be approved by your honors faculty mentor prior to any participation.

Students who graduate with the honors program will automatically be accepted into TAMIU Graduate School (not any other institutions). The only exceptions are those in MACP (Counseling Psychology) and FNP (Family Nurse Practitioner Program).


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University Honors & Undergraduate Research Program
5201 University Boulevard
Sue and Radcliffe Killam Library 419-H
Laredo, Texas 78041-1900
Phone: 956.326.2133