The Honors Program encourages faculty teaching Honors sections or colloquia and faculty serving as mentors for Honors 101 to use the city of Washington as a laboratory and to establish personal bonds with these talented and motivated students.
For these reasons, faculty are encouraged to arrange for guest speakers, plan field trips, purchase course equipment or materials, and create social occasions that enlarge and deepen the education of Honors students.
Faculty offering this enlarged education will be reimbursed up to $100 per course or up to $200 per freshman mentor group.
Please read through to the end of this page before submitting your request.
Fall Semester: All reimbursement requests must be received by the last day of fall classes.
Spring Semester: All reimbursement requests must be received by the last day of spring classes.
These deadlines allow Honors and Accounts Payable sufficient time to process these reimbursements by university fiscal deadlines.
Submitting Your Expenses for Reimbursement
Submitting Receipts in Person
Bring original receipt(s) and any proof of purchase to the Honors Center in Hughes Hall 105. Please e-mail email@example.com, so we’ll know when to expect you.
We will copy your receipts, complete a disbursement form on your behalf, and ask you to sign the form. We will submit your completed, signed disbursement form, along with your original receipts and/or proof of purchase, to Accounts Payable for processing. The University will mail you a check in seven to ten business days.
Submitting Receipts by Campus Mail
Please include the following information with your receipt(s) and proof of purchase:
Phone and email address
Campus mailing address (building and number)
Honors course number or other Honors activity
List each expense, including a date and brief description