Director: Dr. Lowell C. Matthews (2018-present)
To inspire students to change the world by offering highly-motivated learners a self-directed learning experience that allows them to discover, develop, expand and execute their passions.
Students in the honors program are guided by seven core values:
The Honors Council is the student leadership component of the Campus Honors Program. The Honors Council is comprised of a president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer. Leaders of the Honors Council are honors students that are motivated to get involved and share their ideas about social events and functions that the entire honors program community can participate in. Council members come from all majors and class years and represent their peers in the honors program.
These leaders meet together biweekly with the honors program staff advisor to discuss their activities and programs. The council hosts a monthly community forum for all honors students. The forums are opportunities to make friends, build community, and engage honors students. In addition, the council is responsible for planning and organizing a minimum of three events each semester. These events fall into three categories: 1) Academic Enrichment, 2) Community Service, and 3) Social Networking.
Leaders of the Honors Council must meet the following expectations:
To learn more or get involved with the Honors Council email firstname.lastname@example.org.