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With more than 50 majors, 30 minors, and a Self-Directed Major, you’re sure to find a program that matches your interest.
Students who earn a bachelor’s degree earn 75% more over their lifetimes than those with high school diplomas.
Up for a challenge? The Gallaudet University Honors Program is a rewarding experience designed to push, challenge, and grow the leaders of tomorrow.
Push your education further in one of our 25+ Master’s, and 7 Doctorate programs. Whether you want an advanced degree for your career or simply can’t get enough Gallaudet–we don’t blame you–our Graduate Programs are designed to give you the best experience, in a one-of-a-kind environment.
Learn from a University with deep roots in ASL and Deaf Culture.Pursue your passion or advance your career in our B.A. or M.A. ASL and Interpretation Programs, or even earn your Ph.D. in Interpretation and Translation.
If you meet the criteria for Honors Program admission, you will be invited to apply at the time of your acceptance to the University.
Honors Program Admission Criteria
The Honors Program uses a holistic admissions process, meaning we consider the whole person as we screen applicants. Several factors are considered, including high school or college GPA, ACT or SAT scores, a one-on-one interview, determination and grit, and materials submitted as part of the online application to Gallaudet.
Your application will be reviewed for Honors Program admission when you apply to the University. You also have the option of applying to the Honors Program once you are here! We recognize that intellectual flowering and motivation sometimes occurs after arriving here at Gallaudet.
We look for students who demonstrate intellectual motivation, dedication to a program of study, and critical thinking skills to engage and wrestle with texts and concepts in order to further their academic journeys in graduate school and life beyond the university.
Perks of the Honors Program
To aid students in their quest for excellence, we provide a number of benefits including dedicated study facilities, scholarships, social programs, and enhanced academic preparation. Our graduates also have Improved career opportunities, and are eminently prepared for admission to top-tier graduate or professional programs.
Gallaudet University, chartered in 1864, is a private university for deaf and hard of hearing students.
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