Current Honors Students

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The major goal of the University Honors Program is to offer superior undergraduate students intellectual opportunities beyond those typically found in the lecture halls and classrooms of a large university. This is accomplished through smaller classes, increased direct and personal contact with faculty who have established reputations as educators and scholars, and the opportunity of exploring in greater depth areas of inquiry that are of particular interest to the student. Since its establishment in 1961, the Honors Program has worked to provide an academic challenge commensurate with the potential of students who are among Central Michigan University's brightest academic scholars. Honors study at all levels and within each class is distinct from traditional class work in that it is more individualized, enriched, demanding, and creative.