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The Honors Program invites applications from intellectually curious and motivated students. Our courses are designed to challenge, but not overwhelm, students with subjects and activities that derive from a variety of disciplines. The social, conference, and service activities of the Honors Program, like our courses, encourage students to develop their academic and personal strengths, while also venturing into things with which they might be less comfortable. Thus, students who thrive with applied learning opportunities are able to do so, without losing sight of the academic issues at stake. For their part, students who are comfortable writing long and thoughtful research projects also learn how to work with other people on group projects, or in service efforts.

Some people hesitate to apply to the Honors Program because they have some sense that Honors students must be “perfect”. None of our students (or staff members, or faculty members) are perfect. All are human and fallible; but all are also willing to challenge themselves, to discuss important and exciting subjects with other people, and to become the campus experts on subjects of their choosing, under the mentorship of faculty members and other colleagues.

In the Honors Program, student abilities and interests are encouraged, and students are given ample information and encouragement to pursue Study Abroad opportunities, service activities, conferences, and graduate school or post-baccalaureate work.

Campus News

IU Southeast student film makes the cut for London festival

IU Southeast student film makes the cut for London festival

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IU Southeast joins effort to transform first-year experience

IU Southeast joins effort to transform first-year experience

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Defining moment: Business faculty tapped to edit global supply chain resource

Defining moment: Business faculty tapped to edit global supply chain resource

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Dean Coker-Kolo to lead Association of Third World Studies

Dean Coker-Kolo to lead Association of Third World Studies

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IU Southeast printmaking students honored

IU Southeast printmaking students honored

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IU Southeast joins IU Regional Law Scholars Program

IU Southeast joins IU Regional Law Scholars Program

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Nationally renowned diversity advocate Pennsylvania State Rep. Brian Sims to speak at IU Southeast

Nationally renowned diversity advocate Pennsylvania State Rep. Brian Sims to speak at IU Southeast

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Faculty Spotlight: Omar Attum

Faculty Spotlight: Omar Attum

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Winter woes: Who makes the decision to close campus in bad weather?

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Painter Caleb Weintraub brings digital visions to Barr Gallery

Painter Caleb Weintraub brings digital visions to Barr Gallery

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Louisville Orchestra: Classical Classics

February 6th, 2016

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Spirit Week / Homecoming

February 15th, 2016

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Sanders Speakers Series Featuring Candy Crowley

February 29th, 2016

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Graduate Business Information Session

March 1st, 2016

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20 Countries in 20 Years

March 5th, 2016

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Spring Recess

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