The Honors Program seeks to provide interdisciplinary courses that will:
Strengthen mental skills
Help integrate faith with academics
Offer opportunities to serve the local community
In the Honors Program students:
Participate in challenging and creative interdisciplinary courses.
Join a cohort of high-achieving students.
Travel as part of the Honors curriculum in annual study tours.
Receive tuition scholarships ($500 sophomore year, $1000 junior year and $2000 senior year).
Partner with a faculty mentor to develop an original Honors thesis project.
Dr. Howard has served as faculty mentor for the following students:
Caleb Whittington Senior Thesis & Recital, Ein Feste Burg, in progress
Kenton Sorke Senior Thesis & Recital, Ictu Organi, presented 04/10/19
Janna Ream Senior Thesis & Recital, Shakespeare in Music, presented 04/06/17