Life Sciences Honors Program
What is honors education?
The National Collegiate Honors Council defines honors education as “...characterized by in-class and extracurricular activities that are measurably broader, deeper, or more complex than comparable learning experiences typically found at institutions of higher education.”
As a successful member of the Life Sciences Honors Program you will:
- Receive mentor support from your faculty advisor and the Honors Program coordinator
- Receive special recognition on your transcript and at graduation
- Receive a letter of recommendation signed by the Life Sciences faculty and the Honors Program coordinator
- Access individualized advising and assistance with transition to a four-year college or university
- Be part of a community of Life Sciences honors students and participate in honors activities such as lunch and learn special topics, group projects, off-campus trips, etc.
- Have travel opportunities to honors conferences and possibly present your work
- Become a member of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) and Northeast Regional Honors Council (NRHC)
- Be provided with scholarship and award opportunities
- Receive the StrengthsQuest book and test access to discover and develop your strengths in academics, career and beyond
- Be part of a new and rewarding adventure in your educational journey
- Maintain a 3.3 GPA
- Attain required honors points