The Honors Guild unites students from across campus around intellectual curiosity and a desire to understand the ways culture, ideas, and faith impact the world. Honors students engage with an academically rigorous, interdisciplinary course of study, as well as co-curricular programming that integrate scholarship, critical inquiry, personal praxis, service, and social action.
As an Honors Scholar, you will . . .
- take challenging classes taught by faculty committed to stretching you personally, academically, and spiritually.
- spend your freshman J-term on a scholarship-funded international trip with other Honors students.
Contact Jennifer Moeschberger, Director of Honors Programming, for more information.