Honors Contract Guidelines 2017

Step 1: You must review the Honors Program Contract process which can be found here to understand what is required of you when contracting a class. Once you have reviewed all materials regarding contracting, it is strongly recommended that a preliminary discussion is conducted with your Faculty Supervisor.

Step 2: You must then initiate the contract process by making an appointment with your Academic Advisor. Your academic advisor will walk you through the process where you will receive an email to begin the process below. Please set up another appointment with your faculty supervisor to discuss the rationale for how the course will meet the honors contract criteria.

Step 3: You should now click on the link that was sent to you by email to begin the online process. Please make sure your pop-ups are enabled or the process will not work.

Step 4: Click on View Instructions and read the information that is opened up in your new browser. Once you have completed reading the instructions you may exit the browser and the window will update with a new prompt.

Step 4

Step 5: The new window will take you to a screen that looks like the picture below labeled step 5. You must now click the box next to “I have read and understand the instructions” which confirms that you have viewed the instructions and are ready to continue the contract process.

Step 5

Step 6: You will now enter the rationale that has been discussed by you and your faculty supervisor during your initial meeting. After adding in the rationale, an e-mail is generated to your faculty supervisor where they will have the option to edit the honors contract rationale and if necessary, work with you to update it.

Step 6

Step 7: Once your faculty supervisor approves the rationale your contract will be accepted. In order to receive credit for the contracted course you must now complete all agreed upon material. At the end of the semester when all material is completed, your Faculty Supervisor and Honors Program Director will electronically sign off that you have completed the contract.