The Thomas N. Bantivoglio Honors Concentration
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Requirements for Admission
Fall 2016 Application Process
Incoming Freshmen must have been accepted to Rowan University in order to apply. Please note that accepted students are eligible to apply if they have achieved SAT scores of at least 1770 or ACT of at least 26.
Transfer students in Honors programs at their current institutions should complete the transfer student application form and submit by March 1, 2016. Your recommender should email the recommendation form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Recommenders should be academic faculty at your school.
Application Review and Acceptance Timeline: Each candidate is evaluated individually. Selection of freshmen is based upon a review of academic performance (GPA, class rank, SAT/ACT scores), interest in participating in an interdisciplinary Honors learning community, extracurricular activities, and recommendation on the Bantivoglio recommendation form.
Applications and recommendation forms should be received by March 1, 2016. All applications with letters of recommendation received by March 1, 2016, will be evaluated and responded to by the end of March. Please note that we are a highly competitive program.
After acceptance, course interest forms will be sent by email. Students will be enrolled in courses in the order that their interest forms are received.
Note to Families
In the spirit of fostering reponsibility and independence in our future Honors students, we believe that contact should come directly from students.