Current Students


An annual literary and arts publication comprised of exceptional work completed by undergraduate Honors students from within the Mid-East Honors Association (MEHA) region, Honors students at Kent State University edit and publish the entire magazine.

Nationally Competitive Scholarships

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Students with high academic excellence, and evidence of leadership, community service and/or research experience should seriously consider applying for a scholarship. The scholarships listed here are intensely competitive, but serious applicants reap plentiful rewards from the process. 

Phi Beta Kappa

Each year faculty members who themselves were chosen for membership in Phi Beta Kappa at their undergraduate institutions meet and discuss exceptional Kent State students in the liberal arts.  There are over half a million members, but only about 10 percent of the nation's institutions of higher learning have Phi Beta Kappa chapters and only about 10 percent of the arts and sciences graduates at these institutions are selected for membership. 

Peer Success Specialists

Peer Success Specialists

Peer Success Specialists are outstanding upper class students who have demonstrated student success as a Kent State student and who are eager to share their success tips with our students engaged in Success Coaching. Based on personal experience, acquired knowledge, and individual successes our Peer Success Specialists provide information, resources, suggestions and direction that can assist students with achieving student goals. PSS provide information related to a variety of student development topics pertaining to majors, leadership development, internship planning, career planning information, and overall student success.


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The Honors College has several scholarships available exclusively to Honors College students. Currently enrolled Honors College students must meet the eligibility requirements specific to each scholarship for which they are applying (and be in good standing with the Honors College). Students may apply for one or more scholarships. Please do not apply for a scholarship for which you are not fully qualified.