The Hill Scholars Program
The Hill Scholars Program is a selective admission honors cohort program that includes honors courses linked by a common theme, seminars and extra-curricular enrichment opportunities. The program offers students enriched learning experiences that foster intellectual inquiry, critical thinking skills, a passion for lifelong learning and an active learning community of students and faculty working together.
The core of the program is a group of seven General Education courses in English, History, Speech, Diversity, Anthropology and Psychology.
Hill Scholars enroll in two of the designated honors courses and a one-credit honors seminar each semester. The remainder 15 credits per semester include courses chosen for the student's major.
At the end of the two-year program, students earn an associate degree as well as the Hill Scholar designation. Scholarships are available for qualified students.
For more information, contact the Director of Student Life or Director of Admissions.