The Honors Program provides challenging, stimulating and enriching opportunities for learning, experience and opportunity. Each year we form a new learning community with a cohort of 35 dedicated students. Working together with a select group of faculty, these students take classes that have been specifically designed for the Honors Program, engage in experiences available only to Honors students, and go on to do great things in the world.
Smaller Classes 35 students maximum are admitted to the Honors Program each year. The classes are smaller so the students get individual attention and greater access to the professor. A cohort of dedicated students make classroom discussion lively and enriching.
Select Faculty Honors classes are taught by full time faculty that have demonstrated teaching excellence. They have won numerous teaching awards and are always highly rated by the students.
Experiences Students in the Honors Program have unique experiential opportunities such as case competitions, speakers, and trips.
Camaraderie One of the most positive and enduring results of the Honors Program are the friendships that develop among the students. These friendships remain long after graduation and become a source of contacts and networking as the individuals progress in their careers.
One-on-one relationship with the director The honors students work very closely with the director to help assure success in the program. There are scheduling meetings each term to discuss their progress. Each student is dealt with individually and their progress is frequently monitored. The director knows and assists each student.
Graduation with Honors The Honors designation is on the student's transcript and diploma. Honors is an important designation for employers and graduate schools.
Opportunity Harvard MBA, Boston Consulting, Nike, Peace Corps, GE - these are only a few examples of what our grads are doing. Our graduates go on to do the great things they want to do. Join us.