Freshman Honors

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.

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Purposeful Lives & Study Abroad with Jacob Naron in France

Schreiner University student Jacob Naron (Psychology, 2018) talked about his winter break trip to London, Paris, and Taizé, France with Campus Ministry in December 2014: “One of my favorite parts about the Taizé trip was that I really got to …

By David Reast
David Reast Coordinator of Meaningful Work
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Study Abroad with Angie Santos in South Korea

Schreiner University international student Angela Santos (Communication Design, 2018) talked about her summer trip to Daejeon, South Korea with the Global Scholars Living and Learning Community in July 2015: “You’ll find that completely immersing yourself in the education system of …

By David Reast
David Reast Coordinator of Meaningful Work
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Purposeful Lives with Stephani Shumaker in Europe

Stephani Shumaker (Public Health) took trips to London, Paris & Taize, France, the Dominican Republic, Austria, Slovakia & Hungary, and Switzerland & Taize and second time as part of her Schreiner Experience. Watch her video to learn more.

By Chip [uConnect]
Chip [uConnect]
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