Honors Program

Dear students:

Dr. Richard Walsh, Honors Program Co-DirectorWelcome to the Methodist University Honors Program web site. Our Honors Program offers you the chance to distinguish yourself, as a student and a person, by studying the classics of Western civilization.

If admitted to the program, you will gather with fellow students and a faculty guide on a weekly basis to discuss your readings in the classics. You will be encouraged to think for yourself and learn the tools needed to improve your reading, discussion, and critical thinking skills. Such skills will distinguish you and serve you well in school and in life.

Other benefits of the program are more immediate and include graduation recognition and advising/registration perks. You will also have the opportunity to participate in various social and cultural opportunities throughout the year. Finally, the program affords eligible students study abroad opportunities.

Our students enjoy being in the program and are proud of their accomplishments. We hope that the challenge of our Honors Program attracts you. We look forward to hearing from you, to meeting you, and to working with you.

Please contact Dr. Jennifer Rohrer-Walsh for more information: jrwalsh@methodist.edu.

Sincerely,

Richard Walsh
Honors Program Co-Director

Program Faculty & Staff

Jennifer Rohrer-Walsh, Co-Director, Honors Program

Dr. Jennifer Rohrer-Walsh

Co-Director, Honors Program
(910) 630-7076
Richard Walsh, Professor of Religion

Dr. Richard Walsh

Co-Director, Honors Program
(910) 630-7077
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