The Honors Program at Elon University offers challenging courses, helpful faculty mentoring, serious research opportunities, exposure to international perspectives, co-curricular activities and a community of faculty and student inquirers who want to be fully engaged in a rewarding academic experience that culminates in a senior thesis.
The groundwork for the Honors Thesis is laid in the coursework of the first two years. To ensure future success, steady progress should be made in all classes, especially Honors courses, and in the writing and research skills needed to complete the thesis.
As a member of the Elon University Honors Program, I agree to the following conditions:
|Fall Semester||Spring Semester|
COR 110, The Global Experience (Honors section) and Elon 101 (Honors section)
Honors Disciplinary Seminar|
|Interdisciplinary or Multidisciplinary Seminar I|
Interdisciplinary or Multidisciplinary Seminar II
Thesis research and|
Presentation on thesis progress
(Fellows sections of Math and College Writing are optional opportunities)
The Honors Advisory Council will regularly monitor student progress in the Honors Program. Students who fail to meet the above requirements in an acceptable manner will normally be dismissed from the Program and will lose eligibility for Honors scholarships, travel grants, research grants, enrollment in Honors courses, Honors housing, and any other rights and privileges associated with the Honors Program at Elon University.
I fully understand all of the above requirements and give permission to the Honors Program to obtain information from university officials about whether I have violated the Honor Code. I will notify the Director of the Honors Program immediately if I violate these terms and conditions or if circumstances arise that may inhibit my ability to meet the expectations of an Honors Fellow.