See the kinds of “Passion Projects” developed by our students.Explore our Annual Research Conference
FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
The Honors School curriculum fosters an environment of diversity, discussion, and debate.Read about our curriculum
About the School
Please read a message from Dean Nancy Mezey to our students and alumni about the recent events in Washington, DC.
Students in the Honors School are part of a community of leaders and thinkers, where discussion and dialogue naturally occur within the classroom but also continue through extracurricular activities and off-campus events. These unique learning experiences highlight the many benefits of Honors School study.
Through the hard work and dedication of its community members, the school continues its mission to help students deepen their level of knowledge and global awareness. Students that complete the program are noted as graduates of the Honors School on their transcripts and diplomas, enhancing opportunities for graduate study and career placement.
Pooja Shah ‘19
Biology with a Concentration in Molecular Cell Physiology
“I joined the Honors School to challenge myself and make myself more competitive academically. I also joined because I wanted to be part of this wonderful community, especially while transitioning from high school to college, and the Honors School made me feel extremely welcomed.”
Honors School – Quick Facts
Honors classes are smaller than regular classes, allowing for enhanced teacher/student rapport.
Fifty percent of honors students go on to complete advanced degrees.
Additional scholarship opportunities are available during junior and senior years.
Seventeen annual cultural events are subsidized by the Honors School.
Students completing the program are noted as graduates of the Honors School on their transcripts and diplomas, enhancing opportunities for graduate study at leading universities and solid career placement.Why join the Honors School?
Annual Research Conferences
Each year, Honors School students present their research at either the Fall or Spring Research Conference to a Monmouth University audience. Each completed project represents a capstone experience for our students who graduate from the Honors School.Read the overview of the Spring Conference
Rachel Belmont ‘19