The Honors Program (Classes of 2016 and 2017)

 

Goals and Objectives of the Honors Program
The Honors Council
Information for students holding an Honors Scholarship


Introductory Honors Seminars and Honors Reading Seminars.
Introductory Seminars are team-taught, interdisciplinary seminars for freshman honors scholars. Honors Reading Seminars are small-group discussion courses that follow one book (classical or contemporary fiction or non-fiction) over the course of a semester.

Senior Fellowships provide a year-long program of independent study for students who have demonstrated exceptional maturity, intellectual competence, and imaginative curiosity.
Apply for 2016-2017 Senior Fellowships-- Deadline for applications: April 20, 2016

Departmental Honors allows students to pursue a course of independent scholarship within their chosen discipline. 
Apply for 2015-2016 Departmental Honors-- Deadline for applications: September 8, 2015

The Honors Summer Research Program awards research grants to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors who show exceptional promise as independent researchers.
Apply for the 2016 Summer Research Program-- Deadline for applications: March 14, 2016

 

Participation in the Honors Program is limited to recipients of honors scholarships and to other demonstrably superior students who apply for membership in the program. Entrance into any phase of the program is subject to the approval of the Honors Council.