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In 1959 the honors program was established in the College of Liberal Arts to meet the needs of outstanding students. By 1964, 170 students were enrolled. The Honors College is designed to offer the personal attention and intellectual intensity of a first-rate undergraduate college.

For more information about the Honors College, please visit:http://www.asu.edu/honors/

Press conference announcing gift from 
Craig and Barbara Barrett to the Honors College, 2000

Ted Humphrey, Founding Dean of The Barrett Honors College (1988)
Press conference announcing gift from Craig and Barbara Barrett to the Honors College
L-R: Craig and Barbara Barrett and Ted Humphrey
2000
Photographer: Tim Trumble
Courtesy of Media Relations



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