• $2,000 scholarship renewable up to four years for students in good standing in the program.
  • Honors course sections with a rich, interactive environment, designed and delivered specifically for honors students.
  • Priority registration for next semester’s classes.
  • Academic advising with the student’s faculty advisor and director of the Honors Program.
  • Membership in an Honors-only housing community in Lourdes Commons.
  • Opportunities to participate in leadership, service learning, and career building experiences as well as cultural events and immersion experiences.
  • Research-based Honors capstone paper or project to prepare for graduate school or career path.
  • Honors recognition on diploma and the Honors Program Medallion to be worn at graduation upon successful completion of the program requirements.