Congratulations on a successful high school career. As Faculty Director of the Engineering Honors Program at CU, I wish you great wisdom as you seek the best fit for you this upcoming fall.
The type of community we are creating here involves much more than just being good at science and math. Although that is clearly part of it, we are also looking for students who...
Want more from their engineering education than what they will
gain by fulfilling only the minimum requirements...
Desire an educational experience that challenges
their abilities and honors the uniqueness of their ambitions...
Have a vision of engineering that embraces both the opportunities
and needs of a rapidly changing world, and...
Value belonging to a community of talented individuals
coming together to encourage, support and enjoy
each other's pursuit of excellence.
After reading about the program and reading the application Instructions and Logistics, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have, and I or our program coordinator, Mary, will get back to you.
Please note, you can apply for EHP before you know if you have been accepted to the College of Engineering. Your application to EHP is completely separate from your application to CU.
Scot Douglass, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Herbst Program
Faculty Director, Engineering Honors Program
Faculty-in-Residence, Andrews Hall Residential College
The deadline to apply for the 2017-2018 school year was
Feb. 7, 2017
The application for the 2018-2019 school year will be opened up September 15, 2017.
"EHP is a wonderful program where you can find a community of people that care about you and support you. My college experience would have been so different if I hadn't been a part of EHP because I don't think I would have made the close friends I've made in EHP anywhere else. Critical Encounters with Professor Scot Douglass is the most important class you will take in college. It teaches you about what really matters in life and to remember that there is a beautiful world beyond your textbook that you should go experience. The class also strengthened our friendships, as we would often continue the insightful discussions beyond the classroom with each other."
Entering class of 2014, Electrical and Computer Engineering