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Meeting Schedule

Meetings will be in OCSB 142 at 7:00pm.

1st Meeting

January 22

2nd Meeting

February 19

3rd Meeting


4th Meeting

April 16

Please check your university email, and the eCampus calendar for community service opportunities!


  • President -  Michelle Nguyen
  • Vice President - Samantha Gaudet
  • Treasurer - Olivia Thibault
  • Secretary - Cameron Jackson
  • Primary Historian - Arianna Barlett


  • Graduating from Texas A&M University at Galveston with Honors on top of Latin Honors
  • Becoming a member of Lambda Kappa Alpha Honors Association
  • Research opportunities with distinguished Faculty mentorship
  • Availability to ALL majors
  • Competitive scholarships
  • Early registration

Honors Learning Community

The central goal of Honors education at Texas A&M University at Galveston is academic enrichment; our Honors Program is based on the belief that promising students benefit from:

  • close contact with accomplished faculty,
  • collaborative learning with other motivated students,
  • small, discussion-based seminars or one-on- one instruction,
  • knowledge production through individual research experiences,
  • and participation with internships, foreign study, and campus or community service.

The Honors Program is an ideal opportunity for motivated, curious students who are filled with big ideas, who long for outlets for creative expression, and who seek out intellectual challenges. Our goal is to make available the resources of a major research institution to undergraduate students whose track record of academic success demonstrates a readiness to take greater personal responsibility for their own education.

The defining characteristics of Honors study at Texas A&M University is engagement of interdisciplinary topics in small classes with professors dedicated to teaching and engaged in research.

For questions about TAMUG Honors, contact:
Barbara Dover, Honors Advisor at



Incoming freshmen with a minimum score of 1250 on the SAT or 28 on the ACT and top 10 percentile of the graduating High School class, as well as National Merit Finalists, National Achievement Finalists, or National Hispanic Scholars, are automatically admitted into the Texas A&M University Galveston Honors Program.

Second semester freshmen, sophomores, or juniors may enroll if they have achieved a cumulative Grade Point Ratio (GPR) of 3.5 or higher at Texas A&M University.

Transfer students will be considered for participation on a case-by-case basis.

All students MUST maintain a 3.5 cumulative GPR to remain eligible.


ALL forms must be filled out in their entirety, signed, and turned in to the Honors Advisor.

Any form that is not completed will be considered null and void.

Your Honors Advisor's office is located on the first floor of Hullabaloo Hall, office number 159.


Lambda Kappa Alpha

  • Community Service Verification Form - This form is used to verify community service hours for students participating in the Community Service Award.  
  • Honors Officer Application Form - Each Spring we elect officers for the upcoming year if you are interested in becoming an officer for the Lambda Kappa Alpha Honors Program please fill out this form and return it to the Honors Advisor.


Waivers forms need to be sent to NO LATER THAN ONE WEEK PRIOR TO THE START OF CLASSES.