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ENGAGE - SERVE - LEAD
Honors Scholars Program | 423.869.6220 | honors.scholars@LMUnet.edu
University Honors Scholars ENGAGE their college education through courses that expect more critical reading and writing, thoughtful discussion, and interdisciplinary analysis. A scholarly research project that leads to a senior thesis connects Honors Scholars with faculty members on many levels of learning.
First-year University Honors Scholars SERVE through volunteer projects which benefit the campus, community, and region. The values of service are reinforced as University Honors Scholars LEAD in other service experiences throughout their college education.
- Deeper and broader learning opportunities, especially in science and general education curricula
- Professional and graduate school application enhancement
- Learning through service
- Undergraduate Research project with a faculty mentor
- Leadership development
- Honors Program residence life
- Opportunities to participate in regional and national Honors meetings
- Recognition upon graduation
- University Honors Scholarship
- For incoming students: a score of 26 on the ACT and a high school GPA of 3.2 or higher
- For continuing students: a college GPA of 3.0 or higher”
- Complete core HNRS courses: HNRS 100, HNRS 203, HNRS 303.
- Complete a total of 23 credits of Honors program approved courses
- Maintain semester and cumulative G.P.A. of 3.00 or higher with no Honors course grade less than a “C”
- Complete a minimum of one Honors course per year
- Complete one Honors service-learning experience per year
- Participate in one Honors Program social event per semester
- Complete the Honors Thesis project and defend it before a student and faculty panel