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The Gannon University Honors Program provides a challenging and supportive experience for academically mindful, highly motivated students from a variety of backgrounds.
The small class sizes and service opportunities are a great way to meet people who value their education and want to engage with the world.
Honors student leaders do much to shape the policies and priorities of the program.
Check out our digital newsletter written by honors students for some insights into the kinds of things honors students do.
Our curriculum meets the requirements for the core curriculum and our students come from all majors. Students are required to take a single one-credit additional class their first year of college and may select from other classes to gain their additional honors credits.
Gannon awards academic scholarships, but they are not tied to participation in the honors program. To learn more about these scholarships, click here.
What are the entrance criteria?
Applications will begin to be evaluated March 1, and spots in the program will be awarded on a rolling basis. It is possible to apply for the program into the summer, but there are more limited spots available at that time.
Dr. Ann BombergerHonors program firstname.lastname@example.org; 814-871-5366
Mrs. Ashley CaldwellHonors program assistantCaldwell053@gannon.edu; 814-871-5749