Cornerstone Honors2018-09-21T11:48:28+00:00

CORNERSTONE HONORS

About the Community

Cornerstone Honors LLPThe 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 in the Cornerstone Honors Living Learning Program and we have about 80-100 students join the Liberal Arts Cornerstone Honors Program each year.

The Cornerstone Honors Living Learning Program gives students the opportunity to live with their peers and adds an extra sense of community to students in our Honors program.

Eligibility

  1. Be a College of Liberal Arts major and
  2. Apply/join the College’s Honors program.

Program Components

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.

Location

Clements Hall

Hullabaloo Hall

When completing your housing application, preference the LLP and specify your hall preference of either Clements or Hullabaloo when prompted.

Roommates

During a specific period of time, students selected for this program will be able to choose a roommate(s) from other students selected for the same Living Learning Program. Students may post profiles within the myHousing Portal and view responses by other students to their roommate questionnaire (i.e., sleep schedule, noise, cleanliness, etc.).  Following this specific time period, students will be assigned a room with their requested roommate within the block of rooms designated for the Living Learning Program.

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Affiliated Faculty and Staff Contact Information

Name & Title Department Email Phone
Dr. Leroy G. Dorsey
Associated Dean of Academic Initiatives
College of Liberal Arts liberalartshonors@tamu.edu 979.845.5143
Joshua Harms
Executive Assistant
College of Liberal Arts liberalartshonors@tamu.edu 979.845.8541
Andy Armstrong
Cornerstone Honors Advisor
College of Liberal Arts andyarmstrong01@tamu.edu 979.845.5143
Julia Jakab
Cornerstone Honors Advisor
College of Liberal Arts jakab@tamu.edu 979.845.5143
Tabitha Foreman
Cornerstone Honors Advisor
College of Liberal Arts tforeman@tamu.edu 979.845.5143