Intellectual curiosity – graduates will be able to demonstrate an appreciation for learning outside of the classroom.
Critical thinking – graduates will be able to evaluate problems, major issues, debates, or approaches appropriate to a discipline(s).
Knowledge creation – graduates will be able to synthesize complex information and meaningfully contribute to a discipline(s).
All incoming Honors students participate in a day-long community building activity with other Honors students and faculty. Honors students are eligible for priority registration for courses. Honors students may live in Honors housing and may apply to live in the Honors House as upper-level students. Honors students have the opportunity to participate in regularly scheduled co-curricular activities planned by upper-level Honors students and the Director.