Honors Living and Learning Community
As a member of the Honors Living and Learning Community, you will have the opportunity to connect with other honors students.
- make friends and network with fellow Honors students who will be the leaders of tomorrow
- share ideas and perspectives with peers
- interact with outstanding, engaging professors
- participate in a variety of co-curricular programming for a unique academic experience both in and outside of the classroom
- develop critical thinking skills
- plan for graduate and professional programs after Cabrini
- work together with faculty directors to allocate budgeted funds for activities and Honors events
- engage in self-discovery, personal reflection, and a commitment to take responsibility for learning and growing as a student
As a member of this community, you will have the opportunity to create connections between what you're learning in the classroom and additional educational programs outside of the classroom.
Such programs may include quality time spent at the:
- Philadelphia Orchestra
- Bryn Mawr Film Institute
- Philadelphia Museum of Art
- Curtis Institute of Music concerts
- Service events
- On- and off-campus theatre productions
- Special on- and off-campus dinners
You will be challenged academically to achieve great grades, establish solid faculty relations and recommendations, accomplish notable research, and assume campus intellectual leadership, all in an enjoyable and exciting environment where you consistently can express your opinions and learn from the perspectives of your peers.
Admittance into the Honors LLC is based on admittance into the Honors Program. Requirements:
- 1030 (Critical Reading and Mathematics combined) SAT score (taken before March 2017), 1110 SAT (taken since March 2017) or 22 (Composite) ACT
- 3.5 unweighted GPA
- Students interested in applying to this LLC should contact the Office of Admissions at 610.902.8552 or 1.800.848.1003 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, contact Dr. Richie Gebauer at 610.902.8592 or email@example.com.
- Jennifer Bulcock, PhD, Assistant Professor, Philosophy
- Thomas Conway, EdD, Assistant Professor, Teacher Education
- Anna Blice-Baum, PhD, Biology
- Sarah Matoney, Student Fellow In-Residence
- Sydney Stern, Student Fellows in HCOL101
- Theresa Mignogna, Adrian Keeney, and Jemmy Medina Raya, Student Fellows, ECG100
Fall Semester Courses:
- HCOL 101 - College Success Seminar
- HECG 100 - Engagements with the Common Good: Reacting to the Past
Spring Semester Courses:
- RELS 110 - Search for Meaning
- One upper-level Honors Seminar