The Honors Program values its members’ unique histories and recognizes each individual in the quest to interpret his or her place in this world.

The program intends to provide customized learning environments to meet the needs and interests of academically aggressive college students by offering honors courses designed to engage students in a dynamic liberal arts education, extracurricular opportunities to develop academically, socially, and spiritually, and standards advantageous for graduate school admission. Students are recognized as “Schreiner Honors Scholars.” Students are required to develop a leadership position on campus before they graduate, and are encouraged to attend the Italy study abroad trip their senior year. They are also encouraged to apply for the Hatton Sumners Scholarship during the spring of their sophomore year with Professor McCormack.

  • OPEN TO ALL MAJORS & CAREER PATHS

  • GPA MINIMUM 3.5
  • HIGHER RETENTION AND SUSTAINED GPAS

Cross-honors class social activities and annual honors-only courses facilitates relationships with upper class honors students to help new students navigate college life and reach their academic goals with peer collaboration.
Students receive focused mentorship by Dr. Elliston and Professor McCormack, and will have the opportunity to actually engage in high-level discussion about wide-ranging topics through the IDSTs and the Honors colloquium. Upon graduation, students receive recognition as Schreiner Honors Scholars and receive Honors designation on their diplomas as well as an honors ring.

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QUICK FACTS

Living Community
Honors students live together with dedicated study space

Achievement
Graduate at a higher rate with a higher GPA

Intensive Mentoring
Faculty coordinators and upper classman peers provide mentoring that leads to greater academic success and
success upon graduation

Resume Building
Impress future employers

Personal Recognition
Receive an Honors ring and Honors

Contact

Director

Elliston, Clark

Clark Elliston, PhD
Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy
Academic Affairs
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Application Instructions:

Once you have been admitted to Schreiner University, you will have access to the Learning Communities online application through your Schreiner One account.  To login to Schreiner One use your student login credentials. Please visit the Learning Communities page in Schreiner One to apply.

Next Steps:

The Coordinator of the Honors Program and the Advisory Committee will review completed applications in the order they are received. Applicants, based on their completed application, who seem to be a good fit with the community will be invited to participate.

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Contact

Director

Elliston, Clark

Clark Elliston, PhD
Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy
Academic Affairs
Directory: