日本一本道a不卡免费The Honors Program prepares Albertus students to excel academically while exposing them to a variety of cultural opportunities in and around New Haven, Connecticut. Honors students at Albertus have a supportive environment of peers and professors that challenge them to achieve their academic and professional goals.
"When I was invited to be a part of the Honors Program, I was ecstatic. The Honors Program became one of the biggest support networks that I had during my four years at Albertus Magnus College." - AnnMarie Demichiel, '14
日本一本道a不卡免费Honors students participate in regional and national conferences, community outreach and internship opportunities, and multiple leadership roles on campus. Personalized academic advising is provided by the Honors Program advisor, Dr. Christine Atkins. The Honors Program awards students a renewable scholarship upon acceptance into the program. Students who remain active members in the program are eligible to be nominated for the Catherine de Ricci Award. The connections fostered while in the Honors Program are lasting bonds, making the Albertus experience memorable, enjoyable, and rewarding.
日本一本道a不卡免费Admission into the Honors Program as an incoming freshman is by invitation, after a review of all applicants' academic records. Full-time students at Albertus Magnus College are eligible to participate in the Honors Program after their first year by maintaining a 3.5 cumulative grade point average.
The Albertus Magnus College Honors Program, aligned with the four pillars of the Dominican Tradition of Prayer, Study, Service, and Community, offers valuable, practical opportunities for undergraduate students of high ambition and academic achievement. At Albertus Magnus, we offer extensive honors options such as: working in academic departments; the Aquinas Scholars Program; faculty-student collaborative research; and support for students applying for nationally competitive scholarships.
In order to graduate from the Honors Program, students must maintain a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 3.5 and complete all academic and enrichment requirements.
"I decided to be a part of the Honors Program at Albertus Magnus College because I was looking for a challenge."- Jessica Coughlin '21,
Honors Program President
日本一本道a不卡免费While in the Honors Program, Albertus students engage in experiential opportunities and leadership roles, on and off campus. Students not only achieve academic excellence, but embody all aspects of the Four Dominican Pillars of study, prayer, community, and service.
Some Honors Program activities include:
日本一本道a不卡免费Dr. Christine Atkins, Professor of Spanish, Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages, and Director of the Honors Program, along with Christine Puglisi ’19 (pictured left with Eiffel Tower), traveled to Fanjeaux, France, with ten American Dominican colleges and universities in the Summer of 2017. In Fanjeaux, they learned about the history and charism of the Dominican Order in the town where St. Dominic once lived. They also traveled throughout the region to various sites of historical importance in both French and Dominican history.
"...we came together as a community of scholars to witness St. Dominic's vision of seeking and sharing the truth."
日本一本道a不卡免费About this experience, Dr. Atkins explains, "I feel tremendously grateful to Albertus Magnus College and the Dominican Sisters of Peace for the opportunity to engage with a diverse group of faculty, staff, and students from various Dominican colleges and universities. For eighteen days, we came together as a community of scholars to witness St. Dominic's vision of seeking and sharing the truth. I will cherish our time in the breathtaking medieval towns of Fanjeaux, Carcassonne, Lagrasse, Vals, Toulouse, and Paris."