Recipients of College Honors
The College Honors program, designed for superior students with an unusual initiative and intellectual curiosity, provides an opportunity to pursue two semesters (six credits) of independent research under the direction of a faculty sponsor. Students may pursue a thesis or creative project.
Students may apply for College Honors if they have a cumulative GPA of 3.40 or higher.
Students in the College of Arts and Sciences who wish to pursue College Honors must submit their applications early in the first term of their senior year (please see Important Dates for deadlines).
All students in the College of Arts and Sciences who are also members of the Honors College have a shared set of opportunities and responsibilities that come with their "dual citizenship" in both colleges. All Honors College students in the College of Arts and Sciences are required to successfully complete a College Honors thesis or creative project in order graduate as University Scholars.
- 2016 - Katherine Cude, Ian Mack & William Nedds
- 2015 - Jessica Fuller, Myles Schultze & Qingran Zheng
- 2013 - Benjamin Lidofsky & Adam Rhodes-Rogan
- 2011 - Kyle Mitofsky, Matthew Sleeman, Benoit Trottier & Carolyn Wlodarczyk
- 2010 - Katherine Gaire, Ashley Holmes & Kevin Issadore
- 2009 - Jacquelyn Pless, John Dennison, Gillian Perron, Anthony Garden & Thea Ulrich-Lewis
- 2007 - William McHale
- 2006 - Finn McCoy
- 2005 - Romolo Marcucci & Andrew Murphy
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