Honors Program Details
Specialized Honors courses encourage and expect students to develop and share their own ideas in a climate of intellectual debate and sustained scholarly inquiry. The academic growth of students occurs in the context of dynamic interdisciplinary seminars where smaller class sizes permit a more intimate and intensive learning environment.
Honors classes are designed to help students think on their feet and develop their analytical skills, while being mentored by faculty and challenged by their peers.
- Reacting to the Past, Engaging the Present
- Honors Biology: Biological Science I & II
- Honors Business Administration: Game Theory
Find a full list of courses in the Honors Program section.
An immediate and lasting social bond with fellow Honors students, the Living and Learning Community Student Fellows, the Honors Program Director, and the Assistant Directors, and faculty of the Honors Program—thereby creating a network of resources available throughout Honors students’ college careers
Merit scholarships available exclusively to Honors students to help them persist in their educational goals at Cabrini
Interdisciplinary Honors classes on unique subjects that are designed to stimulate deeper discussion and more focused scholarly inquiry across a range of intellectual perspectives
Access to Cabrini’s best educators through involvement with professors, club advisors, researchers, and keynote speakers
- Housing options reserved for Honors students, to foster a supportive social and academic environment for these students on campus
Free co-curricular excursions to museums, theater shows, musical performances, and other cultural and service experiences sponsored by the Honors Program, the student-led Honors Council, or specific Honors instructors
Admission to the Honors Living and Learning Community, where first-year Honors students have the opportunity to make early connections with other students by living and studying together in a shared first-year Honors curriculum
Incoming, first-year students are eligible for the Honors Program if they meet the below criteria:
- Cumulative 3.5 High School GPA