When we invite you to join our community, we’re investing in you—your passion, your journey, your ideas.
We believe your unique outlook may one day shape the world. We want to be a catalyst for the amazing things you’ll do as you enter this new chapter in your life, so we bring together the attention, resources, and support that can make it all happen.
The Cook Honors College is a strong, inspiring community because of our students. As you build it into an empowering hub of friendship and opportunity, you’ll become part of a legacy of students who have done the very same before you.
If you are considering the Cook Honors College, you will probably do well wherever you attend college. That’s why your choice is so personal, so individual. You’re not just choosing a school, you’re choosing a place where you will be happy for the next four years of your life. You are choosing what you want your situation to be like when you graduate - both financially and in terms of the friendships you’ve made and opportunities you’ve been given along the way.
The Cook Honors College may be exactly where you belong. Contact us with questions or visit to find out.
Learn about our Summer Honors Program for high school students and applying to the Cook Honors College.
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