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Being a member of both the OSU community and the Honors community you have the benefit of having two advisors. You will have an advisor from your major and you will also have an advisor within the Honors College. Advisors are advocates for students, helping them make informed decisions about their academic and life plans. In the Honors College, two advisors are here to support you in meeting your academic, career, and personal goals. While your major and Honors advisor are here to guide you through your undergraduate career successfully.
You are welcome to meet with any Honors College advisor. Eventually, you may want to work with one advisor consistently, but it is not required. It is recommended that you meet with an advisor once per term, no less than once per year. We have different types of appointments to help fit your needs.
Academic advisors are skilled professionals who can help you with course scheduling, career planning, internship information, international opportunities, academic success goals, scholarships, etc. Advising appointments can last up to 30-minutes and are available throughout the year. Different types of appointments to help fit your needs.
The HC advisors are in the Learning Innovation Center. You can set up an appointment by dropping by our advising office in LInC 450 or by calling 541-737-6414. Our front desk staff will coordinate appointment times to best meet your needs.
8:00 AM to 1:30 PM, Monday - Friday
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday
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We understand that your career goals, academic interests, and life circumstances shift throughout your undergraduate career. If you wish to withdraw from the Honors College (HC), please contact the HC directly. The process is simple, prompt, and carries no penalty.
Go to http://honors.oregonstate.edu/withdraw and submit the web form or contact an HC academic advisor at 541-737-6414 and request the withdrawal. Once you have notified the HC, a staff member will send the curriculum change request to the Registrar’s Office.
Note: The only way to be officially removed from the Honors College is to contact the HC directly. If your Honors designation is removed without HC authorization, it will be reinstated and you will continue to be charged honors differential tuition.
Please be aware that withdrawal from the Honors College is a curriculum change and all curriculum changes (including Honors degree and major removal) must be requested by 11:55 p.m. on the Sunday after the first full week of classes for the change to take effect during the current term. When you submit an Honors College withdrawal request by this deadline, an Honors differential tuition refund will be issued for the current term and the curriculum change will be visible on your current term record within a few days. Any Honors withdrawal requests received after 11:55 p.m. on the Sunday after the first full week of classes will be sent to the registrar by the Honors College promptly, but the registrar’s office will apply the change to future terms. Students whose curriculum is changed for future terms are not eligible for an Honors differential tuition refund for the current term and the curriculum change won’t be visible on their current term record.