About Bing Honors College

Bing Honors College Overview

Bing Honors College (BHC) is a two-week program in early September for students actively engaged in researching and drafting their honors theses. Since its inception in 1993, BHC has pursued the goal of accelerating progress on Honors theses by offering students an uninterrupted block of time during which to focus on their work before the start of autumn classes; providing the close supervision of a Faculty Leader; and fostering a sense of intellectual community among students within and across academic disciplines. BHC will run on-campus in September 2022. Dates, programming, and format are subject to change in response to University and County public health measures.
A BHC student participant.

All students who are accepted into their department's or program's Honors program are eligible.

Vice Provost Harry Elam speaks at the BHC closing ceremony.

Review learning opportunities, schedule of major events, and living arrangements.

BHC students at a faculty club dinner. Photo by Tiffany Low.

The list of participating BHC departments and programs for 2022 (to be updated in March, 2022)

BHC "How To Research" event. Photo by Tiffany Low.

By participating as a residential student, you can move back to campus prior to fall quarter.