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Stan Sarkisov"The class structure of the Honors Humanities seminar very closely resembles my classes in law school. We have challenging assigned readings and we are expected to arrive at class ready to answer tough questions. The Socratic approach sometimes catches you off-guard, forcing you to be ready for different hypothetical situations. The professors push you, but it is a push in the right direction, towards thinking critically. It's hard and it can be scary, but the benefits are worthwhile—and you will succeed."

-Stan Sarkisov, 2007 Honors Degree grad & University of San Francisco Law Student

Websites of Interest to Honors Students:

National Collegiate Honors Council Website
Western Regional Honors Council 
National Association of Fellowship Advisors
Undergraduate Journals and Conferences Directory
Myriad: Westminster College Undergraduate Research Journal
Partners in the Parks

Articles of Interest to Honors Students:

Is a Liberal Arts Degree a Waste of Time? (pdf)
The Pros and Cons of Applying for Major Fellowships
Advice for Students Going to Graduate School
"How to Succeed in College" by Norm Weiner, former NCHC President
NCHC's "16 Basic Characteristics of a Fully-Developed Honors Program"
AAC&U Statement on Academic Freedom