For more than 30 years, the Honors Program has been preparing students for successful graduate study at some of the country’s top institutions. Through a challenging and inspiring mix of scholarship, research, leadership, and community service, the Honors Program emboldens you to soar academically, personally, and professionally through an unmatched, personalized educational experience.
Be part of the Honors Program and benefit from challenging courses, intensive research opportunities, and a variety of enrichment activities, including:
Explore our offerings, and take the next steps to become part of our legacy at Coppin and beyond.
Departmental Honors Program
Did you know that some departments have honors programs? To be eligible for any Departmental Honors Program, you must be a current student who meet at least one of the following criteria:
Have earned a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) and at least 60 credits
Successfully completed the General Studies Honors Program
Completed 60 or more credits
Demonstrated outstanding ability in your field(s) of study.
Check in with your department to learn more about any other requirements you may need to join your Departmental Honors Program.
Prep for Graduate School Standardized Tests
The Institute for Standardized Testing (IST) provides Coppin students and alumni with the resources and guidance they need to successfully negotiate the graduate school admissions process. Coordinating with Coppin State’s Career Services Center, IST conducts regular information workshops for students considering or applying to graduate or professional school programs.
We also sponsor free test prep workshops for any current student or alumni interested in taking the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), or Law School Admission Test (LSAT). You do not need to be part of the Honors Program to participate in any test prep of our graduate test workshops or activities. Workshops may be part of semester-long series, and run throughout fall and spring semester.
Interested in learning more about how IST can help make your dreams of grad school a reality? Stop by HHSB 346, call us at (410) 951-3387, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have questions about the Honors Program, or about taking a standardized test for graduate or professional school? Reach out to us—we're happy to help!