The new James M. and Dayle L. Seneff Honors College will launch this fall, offering students distinct paths to honors graduation.
To read more about the new James M. and Dayle L. Seneff Honors College, check out the spring issue of Vitae.
•East Campus: Undergraduate Research Track – This track is designed to introduce students to the process and practice of academic research and is especially suited for students who plan to go to graduate or professional school.
•Osceola Campus: Leadership Track – This track explores different styles of leadership and encourages students to become agents of change in the college and community. The track includes a strong service component for students.
•West Campus: Interdisciplinary Studies Track – This track has a humanities-style, multicultural curriculum that features team-taught courses focusing on a wide range of subject matter – from history to science, from art to philosophy.
A fourth option, the Jeffersonian Track, will be available at Winter Park in the fall of 2013; it will provide a “global distinction” thematic approach to general education and will seek to recruit students traditionally excluded from honors education.
This program is for students who want more from their college experience—more challenges, more opportunities, and more connections with fellow students and great professors. The Seneff Honors College is for students with a passion for learning, and offers benefits such as overseas trips, special scholarships, and recognition at commencement.
Students who apply by May 1 will receive priority consideration for a limited number of full-tuition scholarships. The deadline for fall admission is July 20.
Learn more about the opportunities available through the James M. and Dayle L. Seneff Honors College.