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Barrett, The Honors College has a lot to offer its students. Choose a subject by color below to learn more about the benefits we offer in the areas of Educational Enhancements, Student Life, Student Opportunities, Financial Assistance, and Academic Services.

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Did you know that the Barrett Writing Center has gone virtual? Appointments are available via Zoom and are exclusively for Barrett students!

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Did you know that, despite the diversity of the Barrett faculty's academic backgrounds, they all teach argumentative writing because argumentative writing is common to all fields?

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Did you know that Barrett has a council of student representatives? You can make your voice heard by voting in the Barrett Honors College Council (BHCC), or you can run for a position on the council.

Student meeting with an ONSA advisor

Did you know that you can get free advising on writing personal statements for competitive scholarships and fellowships through Barrett and the Office of National Scholarship Advisement?

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Did you know that past thesis and creative projects are viewable through the ASU Library Barrett Digital Repository?

Did You Know - T. W. Lewis Center

Did you know that Barrett has a new center for professional development, for use exclusively by Barrett students?

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Did you know that the ASU and Mayo partnership has resulted in multiple exclusive internships and research opportunities for Barrett students?

Students posing in front of landmarks in foreign countries

Did you know about the Global Intensive Experience? It is a class on global issues where you can travel to different locations to learn and participate in service.

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Did you know that if you have any questions about The Human Event or History of Ideas you can attend your professor's office hours?