Seek Truth. Love Wisdom.
Informed by a biblical worldview, you'll look closely at Great Texts, works of art, and artifacts in a socratic classroom setting. Honors classes prioritize discussion as a means of training students in communication skills, critical thinking, and biblical worldview formation.
“Ultimately, these seminar discussions will train students to grapple with urgent and everlasting questions from a variety of historical vantage points while remaining rooted in the biblical witness that Christ is Lord.”
- Dr. Dennis Kinlaw, Associate Professor of English
HONORS HOUSING: live and study together
from Honors faculty
CULTURAL ENRICHMENT: museum visits, concerts, guest lectures
vocational and professional preparedness
SMALLER COHORT CLASSES:
Class sizes capped at 15
for classes each term
Because the pursuit of wisdom is worth it!
Professor of Philosophy
The Honors Institute offers a unique space for learning in a small cohort of equally engaged learners, and with the possibility of building meaningful, long-lasting relationships with professors who would be acting as intellectual guides.
Assistant Professor of History
America has entered a post-literate, post-truth era, determined to reject the wisdom of the past. The honors curriculum restores that wisdom and offers the student an exodus from a lifetime of banality.
Associate Professor of Bible and Religion
Students will find a supportive community that encourages team-building and constructive competition rather than destructive rivalries; a program that shepherds the mental, spiritual, and intellectual health of its high-achieving students; a refreshing and peaceful natural environment; a place for kindling intellectual curiosity and lifelong friendships; an innovative and active learning environment; and one-on-one coaching from professors who are thought leaders in their fields.
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