General Honors Program
Entering students are recruited from high school to participate in this four year program. The academic program consists of first-term honors courses, honors seminars in the spring term of the first and second years, and research projects beginning in the second year, typically culminating in a George H. Cook Scholars project senior year.
George H. Cook Scholars Program
The George H. Cook Scholars Program is the School on Environmental and Biological Sciences's senior honors thesis program. Students apply to the Program in the second semester of their junior year and complete their projects, including a public defense of the thesis, during the second semester of their senior year.
Clearing Corporation Charitable Foundation Agribusiness Scholars Program
Sophomores at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences with an interest in agribusiness and a proven record of academic success may apply to the Clearing Corporation Charitable Foundation (CCCF) Agribusiness Scholars Program. This 2-year program comprises 15 credits of coursework, beginning in the junior year, as well as participation in academic enrichment activities (e.g., a day trip to the New York City financial district, visits to agribusinesses, seminars, conferences and networking events with agribusiness and government leaders).