About the Community
The Cornerstone Honors Living Learning Program is reserved for incoming freshmen who have joined the Liberal Arts Cornerstone Honors program. Reservations are on a first come, first serve basis, as there are only 40 spots available and we have about 80-100 students join the program each year.
The Cornerstone Honors Living Learning Program gives students the opportunity to live with their peers adds an extra sense of community to students in our Honors program.
- Be a College of Liberal Arts major;
- and, apply/join the College’s Honors program.
Leadership training through service learning, global awareness through study abroad opportunities, priority registration and small class sizes, enhanced critical thinking and communication skills, further sense of community within Cornerstone Honors
No specific classes required- Just honors course credits. Some of these credits may be pursued during participation in the Living Learning Program or after. The College of Liberal Arts require 18 hours of honors credit. Requirements detailed below:
- Credit hour requirements:
- 18 hours of honors coursework needed to receive honors distinction at graduation
- 12 of those 18 hours of honors coursework must be spread over at least 4 different College of Liberal Arts departments
- 9 of those 12 hours of honors coursework must be upper-level courses (300/400 level)
*Additional options to earn honors credit available through undergraduate research, service learning courses, and study abroad, for a more broad experience.
Affiliated Faculty and Staff Contact Information
|Dr. Leroy G. Dorsey||Associated Dean of Academic Initiatives||College of Liberal Artsfirstname.lastname@example.org||979.845.5143|
|Diana Hoffman||Administrative Coordinator||College of Liberal Artsemail@example.com||979.845.0351|
|Cassin Dyson||Cornerstone Honors Advisor||College of Liberal Artsfirstname.lastname@example.org||979.862.6968|