Although Honors Program students already qualify for a Chancellor’s Scholarship at $12,000 per year, you will also receive $3,000 more as a member of the program, equaling $60,000 over a four-year period.
Early Course Registration
You qualify for early course registration — meaning you have first choice when it comes to choosing your class schedule.
Graduation Medallion & University Honors Scholar Designation
Honors Program graduates participate in a special medallion ceremony and receive a “University Honors Scholar” designation at graduation and on their transcripts.
Close-Knit Community & Social Events
The honors students and their professors truly do become a family. The program offers you a place to call home and connect with other high-performing students. As part of a cohort, you will take classes with other honors students in your academic year. For example, as a freshman, you will take Christ, Culture and the University with your cohort.
The following are just a few of the social activities offered specifically for honors students:
- Battle of the Cohorts
- Pizza nights
- Christmas banquet
- Honors graduation and medallion ceremony