Students will be required to complete a faculty-led capstone project in order to receive Honors distinction. This can be a research, creative or experiential activity. Students can write a novel, report on lab research, or even create a documentary. The capstone project enables you to take learning outside of the classroom and apply critical thought to the topics you are most passionate about. Honors offers both course support and mentorship throughout this process. The experience gained through the capstone project can help you get into graduate school or provide you with invaluable experiences that can boost your resume for your intended career. Archived capstones are accessible on eScholarship or in person via Special Collections at Rivera Library. Capstones accessible electronically will be marked as “ONLINE” while those only accessible through Special Collections will be marked as “LIB USE ONLY”. Please be advised that archived capstones will vary and are not necessarily indicative of the average or typical capstone project for any particular discipline.
Required Capstone Formatted Pages
University Honors has created fillable PDF documents that meet the necessary formatting requirements. Students are required to use these forms to turn in their capstone. Once you are ready to submit your capstone please download the forms and fill out the respective content. Capstone content can be uploaded via the following capstone submission link. The Chrome browser works best for viewing the forms. All form files must be downloaded to your desktop before editing. If you cannot use the forms for any reason, please contact Kristine Parada at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Formatted required pages for: Title, Abstract, Acknowledgements, and Table of Contents. Must be downloaded as PDF, do not download as word doc. Download on a PC, do not download on a MAC.
Mandatory Pages (Single-Mentor) Prior to Capstone Content PDF
Mandatory Fillable PDF if you have two Faculty Mentors
- Formatted optional pages for those students who have a longer Table of Contents, List of Figures, and other pages required prior to their capstone content.
- Formatted required pages for capstone content that follows the Table of Contents.
- Honors students enrolled in HNPG150 or HNPG151 who have secured a capstone idea and faculty-mentor will turn in this form during HNPG150 or HNPG151. If an Honors student needs to change his/her capstone idea and/or faculty-mentor after HNPG151, he/she and his/her Faculty-Mentor will need to re-fill this form and re-submit it to the Faculty Director.
University Honors Capstone Project Proposal Form