When I was here form my Trustee’s Scholarship interview and there was a presentation about the honors program and a panel of current members of the Honors Program, which inspired me to join the program.
The Honors Program offers a more rigorous academic experience. I feel as though I have lots of opportunities to grow because of the Honors courses that are available.
There is no obligation attached to being an honors student. You don’t get a big red x on your transcript if you don’t finish, so take this opportunity to learn new and exciting things.
I anticipate teaching choir in a high school setting. My degrees in music and education are both vital components of that career.
Any and all things music related. There is always something impactful going on in the music department.
I work for the SJU boys choir as a student staff member and accompanist. Additionally, I coordinate the sound board at Praise in the Pub, I sing in the campus ministry liturgical choir, and I sing in Chamber Choir.
Because of the commitment of honors students, honors courses are able to explore content more in-depth and with more rigor.
The honors program has allowed me to meet both wonderful professors and students that I feel I can reach out to and rely on to find support with additional academic challenges.
My favorite class has been my Honors First Year Seminar, which although being challenging, was enjoyable.