Open up a life well-lived through the Great Books.
Live in an atmosphere that encourages growth in faith and virtue
Experience lively and lasting friendships centered around shared pursuit of truth
Study abroad in Ireland and attend a seaside retreat at Hilton Head Island
Regularly attend symphonic and dance performances with fellow students and professors
Share informal gatherings, including meals with Honors College students and faculty, bonfires, movie nights, and reading groups.
Gain the foundation necessary for both for a career and a life well-lived. Students can choose four years of study committed exclusively to the great books or elect a traditional major while also studying a 77-credit great books core. See four-year-curriculum.
Investigate the fundamental questions of human and divine realities.
Do a little bit well, using “textual analysis” to conduct a close and careful reading of great books.
With the help of the greatest minds, explore the contemporary crises that shape the world in which we live.
Advance in awareness of the foundational impacts of Ancient, Christian, and Modern Thought.
Acquire the art of concise, persuasive writing. Learn more here.
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