The Honors Program is a learning community where students think deeply about the interaction of ideas and faith as they examine issues alongside texts of literature, philosophy and art. Consequently, Honors students excel as:
Participation in the Honors Program replaces the traditional General Education requirements.
As is traditional with Honors programs, this abridged GE curriculum provides credit space for students to pursue double majors, or minors, or to customize electives that align with their individual goals.
The Honors Program is compatible with any major and may be particularly desirable for pre-professional students wishing to gain the broad liberal arts background sought by graduate, law, and medical school admissions committees. Students pursuing certain specialized programs (such as nursing licensure or elementary education credentials) may need to complete additional general education classes required for those programs.
We invite motivated, articulate, and intellectually inquisitive individuals to join our quota of 20 students each fall.
Honors Program applicants are expected to meet the following entrance requirements:
Interested transfer students (especially those who have been enrolled in an Honors curriculum elsewhere) may request a review of their transcripts. Please email the Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
* If a student is admitted without having successfully completed Algebra II in secondary school, the student will need to demonstrate the algebra proficiency prior to graduation (see Section IV, Part A, of the General Education Requirements). The algebra proficiency also is a prerequisite to STAT 222.
Freshmen enrollment is limited to 20 students per year. Online applications are reviewed monthly until all seats are filled. Please submit the online application.
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