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Barrett Honors College - Arizona State University
The Barrett Honors College is located in the south portion of the Tempe campus (directly north of Apache Boulevard), along the eastern boundary of the campus. It is the first honors college in the country to be housed in a free-standing campus.
Welcome to the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University
Attend “Celebrating Honors”
Carson Ballroom, Old Main
April 27, 4-6:00pm
The Barrett Honors College is hosting “Celebrating Honors,” an event featuring the many exceptional thesis projects of graduating seniors. Students will share their work through posters, presentations, and other media. This event will be open to the ASU community as well as special community partners and alumni. No RSVP is required.
"One thing my professor said to me when he ended this affair still sticks out to me," Jane wrote in the closing of her Title IX complaint testimony. "He had no idea that what he was doing was wrong or even against the rules, because it was so common for Barrett Honors College professors to be involved with students that all of the honors faculty saw it as normal."Any student planning to apply to the Barrett Honors College by the November 15 Priority deadline must have a completed application on file at ASU or your file will not be reviewed at Barrett. This includes an application, application fee, transcript, and test scores. Incomplete applications will result in your Barrett application being rolled to the February 15 applicant pool. If you have not already submitted all materials by now, you are at risk of having an incomplete application.This post is meant to serve as an introduction post to a project being undertaken by another student and myself as part of the Barrett Honors College curriculum. This project is known as the Creative Project. Some background info can be found .To grow the collective brain power of the student body, Desch and other administrators became well-traveled talent scouts. In 1999, ASU began aggressively recruiting National Merit Scholars across the United States. Former Barrett Honors College Dean Ted Humphrey traveled thousands of miles around the country visiting National Merit Scholarship semi-finalists, a practice that his successor, Mark Jacobs, continues today.