The Thomas N. Bantivoglio Honors Concentration
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Honors Benefits

  • Priority registration
  • Honors housing
  • Having the Honors concentration listed on student’s diploma
  • Enrolling in educationally enhanced and/or unique Honors classes
  • Use of the Honors lounges and computer lab in The Whitney Center (includes free printing)
  • Funding to attend theatre, art gallery, instrumental and vocal concerts, and invited speaker presentations
  • Funding to participate in unique All-Honors activities
  • Partial funding to attend and/or present at academic conferences
  • Competitive funding for educational activities abroad
  • Competitive funding for Research Assistantships for independent research projects with a supporting
    faculty member
  • Competitive funding to travel to conferences, approved research and service activities (e.g. alternate
    spring break activities) within the United States
  • Extended library borrowing privileges

Honors students may also apply for alternative course equivalence for study abroad experiences, research assistantships, internships, and independent study.