The Emory & Henry College Honors Program provides distinctive academic and co-curricular experiences to outstanding students who are committed to excellence and have strong leadership skills. Through formal and informal learning experiences, Honors Program students develop exceptional critical thinking skills while they broaden and deepen their intellectual curiosity and independence. The Honors Program students are expected to raise the level of intellectual discourse campus-wide and to get involved in the campus as well as the surrounding community. Check out the links below or this student-produced site for more information about the E&H Honors Program.
Each year, approximately 15 new students are invited to join the Honors Program. Admission into the program is competitive, and prospective students are encouraged to apply for general admission to the College early.
Students in the E&H Honors Program receive benefits including early course pre-registration, service opportunities, special access to campus speakers and a small monetary stipend.
Students in the Emory & Henry College Honors Program take at least 30 semester hours of honors courses and will complete the following: honors sections of five core courses, honors enhancements in at least four upper division courses, an honor thesis, and an Honors Capstone Seminar. A student is expected to take honors courses each year. In addition to course requirements, honors students are expected to participate in special honors events including cultural events and service projects.