Honors Mentoring Program
Students are placed in one-on-one mentor relationships with Robinson alumni who work for a variety of companies and can provide pivotal career guidance. Mentor-mentee pairs meet three times a semester for two semesters.
Honors Experience in Business courses help students cultivate leadership skills by requiring them to take an active role in lectures and class activities. Students will be challenged to think differently about their education and how it can affect their career paths.
Honors Experience students are encouraged to engage in research, including preparation of discipline-specific honors theses and participation in the Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference.
Students receive recognition at Robinson’s annual Honors Day event, engage with Atlanta professionals at networking functions, and serve as student ambassadors at the college’s Alumni Awards program.
Students who have been admitted to Georgia State University’s Honors College are also eligible to participate in Robinson’s Honors Experience in Business. If you are interested in participating in the Honors Experience in Business, please apply through Georgia State.
Similar to graduate school programs, class sizes are small and comprise a cohort of ambitious students.
Honors students are encouraged to study abroad and can take advantage of study abroad scholarships.
Honors students receive priority registration, have access to the Signature Experiences Student Lounge on the 12th floor of 55 Park Place and the opportunity to live in the special Honors section of student housing.
No additional cost