Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Bloomsburg University Honors Program students choose a research topic within their field of study and, with the help of a dedicated faculty mentor, complete a written thesis and presentation to the Honors community. This independent study project allows every Honors student the opportunity to present their research at the annual meeting of the National Collegiate Honors Council, attended by students and faculty of Honors Programs across the country. Smaller Honors classes allow students to receive more attention from professors and cover topics in greater depth and breadth, build professional and personal relationships with your teachers so that you can create a strong network of academic references and contacts for the future. The Honors Program offers several trips for students every year. Honors students visit exciting places from other states to other countries. Students can expand their worldview and learn about other cultures. The Bloomsburg Honors Program plans annual trips to New York City in the fall and Washington D.C. in the spring. The program has also established an annual service trip to Jamaica during spring break.