A Community of Challenge and Support
The Huntington University Honors Program is a community of scholars from various academic backgrounds who love to learn and are skilled in engaging in the liberal arts inside and outside of the classroom.
HU’s program fosters a culture of challenge and support and is interdisciplinary, providing a foundation for major disciplines and pre-professional programs. Special curricular and extracurricular opportunities serve as a point of departure for a lifetime of meaningful “face-to-face” encounters with God and God’s image-bearers.
In other words, the Honors Program is a way for students of all disciplines to work together through deep, well-informed conversation to understand and solve problems in the world around them.
Incoming college freshmen and sophomores with a 3.5 GPA and a teacher’s recommendation are eligible to interview for a place in the Honors Program. Please send inquiries to email@example.com.
Why choose honors?
An honors designation on a student transcript signifies for employers and graduate schools a host of desirable traits: conscientious, self-starting, collaborative, engaged, broad interests, and problem-solving. More importantly, an honors education at HU provides an enhanced, formative experience.
Community: The Honors Program brings together students from a variety of disciplines for thoughtful discussions on the big questions of life, ranging from the individual and community to aesthetics, power and corruption, leadership, being human, and Christian origins. Cultural enrichment trips and other extracurricular experiences make for meaningful relationships with students and faculty.
Challenge: Honors students work together to address questions from diverse fields of study, give their best in their coursework, and live lives of virtue and achievement at HU and beyond. Our seminars are characterized by slower, deeper, and well-informed conversations among students skilled in engaged dialogue, both inside and outside of the classroom.
Support: Honors students are encouraged to make the most of their college experience by exploring off-campus study, participating in academic conferences, and attending guest lectures and culturally-enriching plays and concerts. Activities are often funded.
Want to join the Honors Program next year? If you meet the initial qualifications for the program, please take these next steps: