Lloyd International Honors College

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Change the way you look at the world!

Welcome to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro's Aubrey Paul and Georgia Garrison Lloyd International Honors College (LIHC). LIHC offers two programs for highly motivated undergraduates: the International Honors Program, which is for incoming freshmen as well as transfer and current students who are still immersed in general education studies, and the Disciplinary Honors Program, which is directed at current students who seek to deepen study in their declared major fields.


 International Honors Program

Through LIHC's International Honors Program, you enhance your general education studies with small, internationally focused courses taught by outstanding UNCG faculty members, study abroad, and study of a second language. Read more about eligibility requirements and benefits of the International Honors Program. Ready to apply? Complete the LIHC International Honors Program online application.

 Disciplinary Honors Program

If you are a current UNCG student and have a 3.3 UNCG GPA, you may apply to LIHC's Disciplinary Honors Program. Working with professors in your major, you craft individualized courses and complete an Honors research or creative project during your senior year. Completing the Disciplinary Honors Program will give you a competitive edge as you apply to graduate or professional school or embark on a career. As a student in Disciplinary Honors, you are highly encouraged to participate in an International Experience.

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Download the Spring 2013 LIHC Coursebook Here

Download the Spring 2013 LIHC Coursebook Here

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