Information about the Schreyer Honors College for students in the College of Agricultural Sciences.

Schreyer Honors College

The Schreyer Honors College at Penn State is considered to be among the most prestigious and well-recognized honors programs in the country, offering students the benefits of close student/faculty interaction, small classes, and in-depth study of any academic discipline available at Penn State.

Combining honors study with a College of Agricultural Sciences degree engages students in a broad and challenging academic environment with opportunities such as

  • working closely with faculty on exciting research projects,
  • traveling abroad to further your interest in a particular field of study,
  • or delving into real-world problem solving alongside mentors world renowned in their respective disciplines.

The possibilities are endless.

Interested in Applying?

Approximately 50 students in the College of Ag Sciences are Schreyer Scholars. For more information about becoming a Schreyer Scholar, contact your academic adviser or an adviser with Schreyer Honors College.


Thesis Guidelines

Thesis Guidelines for Schreyer Honors College students enrolled in majors in the College of Agricultural Sciences.