The Rutgers School of Engineering Honors Academy is designed to
challenge, inspire, and sustain a select group of highly self-motivated
engineering students who demonstrate remarkable academic ability, enthusiasm, intellectual curiosity, and a clear potential to make a difference as a leader in whatever field of engineering they pursue.
While serving the community, with the goal of propelling students
into a purposeful and richly rewarding future, the Honors Academy offers
a unique opportunity for students to reach their full potential inside
and outside the classroom. Through selective academic courses and
living together in residential halls during a portion of their time as
undergraduates, scholars enjoy an environment that facilitates
strong intellectual bonds and personal growth. The students are
challenged with accelerated courses and have the opportunity to
participate in the prestigious James J. Slade research program which
culminates in a final presentation and an honors thesis. With
numerous cocurricular programs, the Honors Academy is designed to enrich
the educational opportunities for outstanding students.
Please visit the Engineering Honors Academy website
for more information on honors
curriculum, honors housing, honors living-learning community, and honor
cocurricular programs and activities.