The UTMB School of Nursing Honors Program is available to undergraduate students entering the Traditional BSN program track during the fall semester. The Honors Program provides the opportunity for talented and motivated students to develop into scholars and leaders in and outside the classroom. The program provides unique opportunities to work closely with faculty in a small group and engage in challenging learning experiences over and above the typical classroom environment. This program is distinctive in its focus on policy issues as they relate to the underserved populations in Texas. The program demonstrates our commitment to excellence, and to encouraging the intellectual curiosity of highly-qualified students who seek advanced academic challenges in undergraduate nursing education. Students accepted into the Honors Program progress through the BSN Traditional Curriculum Plan with the designation of McGovern Scholars.
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UTMB strives to maintain an environment free from discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, or veteran status. UTMB is committed to equal opportunity for students with disabilities. If you have a documented disability or would like to obtain information regarding services for students with disabilities at UTMB, please contact the Institutional ADA Officer in the Lee Hage Jamail Student Center, Suite 2.1113 or at (409) 747-9055.
Recognized as a Military Friendly Institution, the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) provides multi-faceted support for veteran and active-duty students, from admission through graduation, to facilitate their achievement of academic and health related career goals. UTMB provides an environment that encourages active learning by recognizing the leadership qualities brought to the educational process from a veteran, as well as understanding the social, psychological, and financial needs unique to those who have served.
UTMB continually works to foster community among student veterans, honor their military service and academic contributions, and connect students to various resources, services and programs. Certifying Officials provide guidance on policies and procedures of using veteran education benefits as well as certifications for federal and state benefits. Accommodations, counseling and program specific tutoring is available to students when needed and UTMB has a strong Veterans Resource Group whose mission is to promote an inclusive university environment for military veterans.