Honors Housing: Students have the option to study and live in an air-conditioned suite-style honors residence hall with students from across all class years of the program. Principia Consortium: Students have the opportunity to study at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. These students complete an honors course on the Scottish Enlightenment and have access to any of the other courses offered at the University, including a course on Bagpipes and an Anatomy course that allows students to work with a cadaver. Special Events: From the statehouse in Annapolis to embassy row, think tanks, and cultural centers in nearby Washington, D.C., students rub shoulders and exchange ideas with policy makers and performing artists through annual Honors Program trips thanks to the connections created by networked professors. The program also hosts an annual honors lecture bringing renowned researchers to our campus. Leadership: Honors students present their research at regional and national honors conferences and hold positions on the Honors Student Executive Board. Perks: Students in the Honors Program enjoy priority registration, extended library loan privileges, advising regarding graduate fellowships and scholarships, the honors alumni network, and access to a special Honors-only study space.