Welcome to Barrett, The Honors College
Four Unique Honors Experiences, One College
Barrett students have the unique advantage of experiencing a small, intellectually and socially vibrant environment while having access to the vast resources of the major research university at ASU. Barrett students simultaneously benefit from being with others of the same intellectual preparation and commitment and enjoy the advantages of a university environment actively engaged in exploring all areas of human interest and concern.
All students who enter ASU through Barrett, The Honors College also enroll in a disciplinary college and pursue one or more of the 275+ available disciplinary majors and concentrations. Their education is the result of the integration of all colleges at ASU, including Barrett, that cultivate the talents and interests of Barrett students and endeavor to meet their changing needs as they develop academically and socially.
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A postcard for a “A Night in India,” an Indian-American banquet in Phoenix, Ariz. in 1951, showed the cost to attend was only $1.50. The event, organized by the Self-Realization Fellowship and Indian Communities of Phoenix and Casa Grande, took place at the Phoenix Women’s Club on Dec. 8, 1951. A group of students from […]
Mark Henderson, associate dean of Barrett Honors College at the Polytechnic Campus, has won a humanitarian award for his work on GlobalResolve, a project aimed at finding solutions to world problems. Read more.SEE ALL NEWS STORIES
Samip Mallick will discuss the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA) innovative post-custodial digital-only approach to building a community-based archives for the digital era.
The Sol and Esther Drescher Fund sponsors research for Barrett Faculty fellows. Come hear from Dr. Brian and Dr. Brian on their latest research findings.