High Impact Educational Practices

One of the distinctive features of the Reaud Honors College is its commitment to High Impact Educational Practices (HIEP) in the form of:

 
 
 

 

Reaud Honors College students participate in at least one of these activities during their time at Lamar University. High Impact Educational Practices will further your academic, professional, and personal development, while giving you an edge after you graduate.

The Reaud Honors College offers financial support for these activities to those students who are on track to achieve Reaud Honors College Graduate status in terms of grade point average, credit hours in Honors, and Honors points.

Lamar University also has a variety of avenues of support for student participation in these activities, including the Beck Fellowship. Beginning with the Spring semester, the David J. Beck Fellowship provides a full academic scholarship for a year and a stipend for a summer project. For detailed information about the Beck Fellowship, students should consult with the Reaud Honors College Dean. Applications are due October 1st.