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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.

Two students standing in front of a thesis poster

Did you know that thesis defenses are open for other Barrett students to observe?

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Did you know that non-traditional and transfer students are able to enroll in Barrett and take advantage of the distinctive honors-only opportunities?

Students listening to a professor lecture in the Barrett theater at Vista

Did you know that the Barrett Honors Faculty present their research at the Drescher Lecture series twice a year?

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Did you know that Barrett students have the opportunity to take the Indigo Assessment? This program allows you to learn your strengths and motivators to help you maximize your personal and career success.

Condoleezza Rice speaking at Barrett at ASU

Did you know that Barrett has had various Global Leaders from around the world in residence, teaching special topics classes, and speaking to students about various global issues?

Student holding a sea turtle on the beach

Did you know that Barrett students can apply for summer development funding for opportunities to pursue programs that will enhance their academic experience during the summer?

Special Topic Funding at Barrett

Did you know that Barrett offers special funding to students in various forms and related to specific topics such as work on Hispanic topics, urban planning, art, and more?

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Did you know about the Barrett Explores domestic trips? Barrett hosts Class Connection trips for each class that include destinations such as Sedona, Disneyland, Brian Head, and Costa Rica.

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Did you know that Barrett has students from 48 of the 50 states, and from over 30 different countries?