Picture Yourself as a Franke Honors Wildcat
The best way to experience the W.A. Franke Honors College is by planning a visit. Home to state-of-the-art facilities, phenomenal academics, and your pick of hangouts, we believe our campus is one of the most welcoming in the country. We offer in-person and virtual options to learn about all the opportunities that await you.
The Honors Village, Up Close and Personal
Watch this student-led video tour of the Honors Village to learn all about its best features. And if you want more insights into life as a Franke Honors Wildcat, check out our YouTube playlist.
PLAN YOUR VISIT:
HONORS INFORMATION SESSIONS
Attending an information session is your chance to preview the Franke Honors College. You will enjoy a presentation and Q&A session, plus get a sneak peek of the Honors Village while learning first-hand why current students love being Franke Honors Wildcats.
CHOOSE FROM IN-PERSON OR VIRTUAL SESSIONS
Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 2:30 p.m. (Arizona time)
We will not be offering information sessions and tours on the following dates:
- Monday, Sep 5, 2022 (Labor Day)
- Friday, Nov 11, 2022 (Veterans Day)
- Thursday, Nov 24 - 25, 2022 (Thanksgiving Holiday)
- Monday, Dec 12, 2022 - Weds, Jan 4, 2023 (Winter Break)
- Monday, Jan 16, 2023 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)
- Thursday, Feb 9, 2023 (Staff retreat)
Available from August 29, 2022 - May 8, 2023.
Information sessions will also be available on select Saturdays: Sep 24, Oct 15, Nov 5, Dec 10, Jan 14, Feb 4, Mar 4, and Apr 8
Registration is required for all information sessions.
Due to distancing requirements, each registrant will be limited to a maximum of three guests, and the number of participants will be limited to 50 people, including guests, for these sessions.
Virtual Application Workshops
In these sessions, students will learn about tips and best practices for applying to the W.A. Franke Honors College. A Franke Honors staff member will lead participants through a workshop that will analyze sample personal statements and résumés to help understand what makes an effective application. Sign up using the linked dates below. All times listed are Arizona time.
MORE WAYS TO VISIT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
“I live in the Honors Village. It’s very convenient having a dining hall in the same building, having a secluded outdoor courtyard, and being just steps away from the NorthRec.”
Zack, Civil Engineering
“The Honors College community is very close knit. Everyone is so kind and helpful and the faculty wants to see you succeed.”
Alyssa, Criminal Justice Studies
“Joining mentoring groups, clubs, and extracurriculars are all ways to make connections early on that can make a huge difference in your honors experience.”