THE HONORS COLLEGE
The Honors College includes The Advanced Academy of Georgia, the Select
Student Program, HOPE-ACCEL program for jointly enrolled high school
juniors and seniors, Presidential Scholarships, International and
National Scholarships, the intercollegiate Debate Program,
Interdisciplinary Studies, Programs and Options, International Services
and Programs, and all Honors College curriculum and activities. Its
offices are located in the Honors House.
UWG HONORS COLLEGE ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY
Students in the Honors College at the University of West Georgia are
expected to have exceptional academic integrity, based on honesty,
trust, respect, fairness, and responsibility. Participation in the
Honors College is based on academic performance, and
all forms of
cheating call into question the legitimacy of a student's grades. All
Honors students are expected to adhere to the University's Honor Code
and Policies of Academic Integrity. See Academic Honor section, or Connection and Student Handbook,
p. 120. Participation in the UWG Honors College is a privilege, as
Honors students receive many advantages. Any violation of the
University's Honor Code may result in "penalties up to and including"
dismissal from the Honors College. All final decisions will
be made by
the Dean of the Honors College.