Living Learning Community
The Honors Program at Walsh University is a community of students who excelled academically in high school and wish to continue to challenge themselves intellectually throughout their undergraduate education. Students complete curriculum in a wide breadth of topics to elevate their liberal arts experience and further their academic accomplishments. Members of the Honors Program engage in roles of leadership and service on and off campus, allowing them to advance in their personal as well as academic integrity. As a community, students develop life-long friendships and knowledge.
- Renewable academic scholarships
- Honors cohort courses emphasize both the students’ academic excellence and liberal arts education
- Individual Senior Thesis Project gives students a competitive edge for graduate school
- Distinction at graduation
What types of experiential learning opportunities are provided?
- Study Abroad trip in Uruguay
- Membership into the National Collegiate Council of Honors Programs allows students the opportunity to present at national and regional conferences. Previously attended national conference locations include Boston, MA and Seattle, WA
- Senior Thesis Project shows individual and original research and creativity
- 3.75 GPA
- 25 ACT / 1140 SAT
What are students saying about the program?
“The Honors Program at Walsh University was the cornerstone of my baccalaureate education. Honors not only offers students unique classroom experience and embracing cross-curricular education, but also provides an environment for students to deeply engage in challenging topics while developing life-long friendships. The rigor and breadth of the Honors program curriculum qualified me to receive full tuition scholarships at the top graduate schools in the nation, and the experience of writing my thesis enriched my writing style and ensured my future successes in academia. To say the least, the Honors Program at Walsh University is an invaluable experience which should be sought by any student wishing to advance in wisdom, skill and knowledge.” – Andrew Hoy, Class of 2016 (Masters of Theological Studies Graduate Student, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry,Class of 2018)