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The John Martinson Honors College

Transformative education. Wildly interdisciplinary. Driven by a commitment to open-minded dialogue.

Purdue's John Martinson Honors College attracts bright thinkers who are driven to leave the world better than they found it.

  • + Original and exciting research and study abroad opportunities.
  • + A competitive-edge in employment, graduate school and prestigious national fellowships and scholarships such as the Fulbright and Rhodes scholarships.
  • + Global community with access to all the resources and support of a world-class university.
  • + Personal career path guidance, mentoring and advising.
  • + Collaborative, problem-solving environment with faculty and peers, both in and out of the classroom

Admission to the John Martinson Honors College

To be considered for admission to the Honors College, you must meet the Nov. 1 Early Action admission application deadline and respond to Honors College questions on the admission application. 

Selection is through a holistic process that considers a variety of factors, including academics, leadership and community/school activities.

To become part of the Honors College, accept your Purdue offer of admissions by May 1 and your Honors College offer of admissions by May 5.

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