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Honors Program

Benefits of the Honors Program

Honors Program members attending the Northeast Regional Honors Council conference in April 2016, where they presented their research.

In the Honors Program you are offered the opportunity…

  • to take advantage of priority registration
  • to enroll in seminar-style classes, usually of 12-16 students, with peers who share your motivation to excel academically
  • to participate in social, cultural, and service activities with other Honors Program students—both on and off campus
  • to join the Neumann University Honors Association, our student-run club
  • to use the honors seminar room not only for classes but also to study, meet with friends, and relax
  • to work in class and one-on-one with full-time faculty who are enthusiastic about learning—both theirs, and yours
  • to develop critical thinking, research, writing, and presentation skills—all of which are highly valued by employers and graduate school admissions offices
  • to present your research at local, regional and national conferences with students from other colleges and universities who share your passion for making a difference
  • to help organize and participate in our annual LEAD Conference (Learning, Exchanging, Achieving, Discussing)

When you complete the program, you receive:

  • Framed certificate of completion, presented at Academic Honors Convocation
  • Medallion, worn at the commencement ceremony
  • Listing in the commencement program

Richard Sayers, Ph.D.

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