Make sure that all your credit from high school (dual credit, AP, CLEP, etc.) actually shows up on your Transcript/iCAP (on TopNet), so that you don’t take courses that you already have credit for. If your credit does not show up, follow up with the Registrar.
You can always try to earn credit for courses by taking the CLEP credit-by-exam test for a fee instead of taking the actual course. Details here.
For all students
1. It is easier than you may think to graduate from the Honors College. Most importantly, to graduate:
You have to earn a total of 33 hours (18 hours for Honors in the Major) of Honors credit
You have to take one 3 hour colloquium or HON 251 Citizen & Self
For students having started Fall 2012 or later, you have to take HON 251 Citizen & Self (you cannot take a colloquium in place of HON 251)
The relativity of color or can you see that the two brown squares are the same color? "A thing is never seen as it really is." (Josef Albers (Bauhaus, Black Mountain College, Yale), Interaction of Color 1963)