Prospective Students

Are you interested in becoming a part of the EHP community? Here is information to help you get started.

Note from the Director

Dear Prospective Student, 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…

Program Requirements

The Engineering Honors Program is committed to providing a qualitative, not a quantitative, addition to the normal curriculum. As a result, our structural requirements are very few and are integrated as closely as possible with existing degree requirements. That being…

Graduating with Honors

The College of Engineering bestows two different types of honors designations upon its graduates (one based on GPA and one recognizing successful completion of EHP). Students in EHP may earn both types. Latinate Honors The classic honors designations awarded solely…

Visit EHP

The Andrews Hall Residential College in the Kittredge Residential Community is the home of EHP. Depending on the timing and lenth of your visit you may be able to do any or all of the following: Meet other EHP students…

Application Instructions

Acceptance to EHP is highly competitive. We typically receive over 400 applications for 80 first year spots. Application to EHP is a separate, volitional process from applying to the College of Engineering and Applied Science (it is also separate from…

Application Portal

Note Please do not begin an application without reading through the guides for Prospective Students. A submitted application communicates to us that you thoroughly understand the nature and requirements of EHP (as well as what it is not) and are…

Accepted Students

Congratulations on your acceptance to EHP! If you’ve received a notification of acceptance, please read through the following guides.