Eclectic Scholars Honors program
At Hiram College, students in the Eclectic Scholars Honors Program are immersed in an experience worth more than just a line on their diploma.
Image: Honors Students at Henry Hall
NOT YOUR TYPICAL HONORS PROGRAM
Students that are involved in the Eclectic Scholars Program are given an opportunity to live in a community of like-minded students, to challenge themselves with enriched curriculum, to network with alums and other experts in their desired fields. Learn more about student grants, fellowships, and scholarships.
ECLECTIC SCHOLAR BENEFITS
As an Eclectic Scholar, you can take your experiences and opportunities for academic enrichment, professional development and interdisciplinary discourse to new heights. Some of the perks include:
- Henry Hall is the home of the Eclectic Scholars Honors Program. The designated living space brings together a network of peers who respect one another, the concepts of community, and the importance of academic and intellectual life. Additionally, students have access to programs designed specifically for them, as well as spaces that foster collaboration and support from peers. Qualifying students may also receive an annual housing scholarship for being in the program.
- Priority registration – Students may register early for one course per semester.
- Free overload – Honors students may, for no additional cost, register for over 18 credit hours one semester per year
- Peer Mentoring Program – First-year students are paired with upper-level students for additional support.
- Events and Activities – Students may attend both on and off campus activities including performances, lectures, and meals with visiting scholars.