The Honors Program is dedicated to promoting scholarship, leadership, and service and building a community of scholars who challenge and support one another. To maintain good standing in the Honors Program, with all of the benefits that membership in the Honors Program entails, Honors students must satisfy the following co-curricular requirements.
Service is one of the three core components of the Honors Program's mission. The Honors Student Organization plans local, regional, and international service projects to provide students with the chance to support worthy causes. Students are required to participate in one service project each year to remain in good standing with the Honors Program.
Reach Out is the Honors Program's Literacy and Leadership Initiave in the Dominican Republic.
Honors students at Shippensburg University have many research opportunities.
An Honors education at Shippensburg University provides students with numerous opportunities to expand their Honors academic experience beyond the Shippensburg campus. The Honors Program encourages its students to consider studying abroad for a semester or an academic year.
The Fulbright program is administered by the U.S. State Department and distributes 1,500 scholarships to U.S. students each year to study abroad. Click here for more information about the Fulbright program.
The National Collegiate Honors Council provides a list of major national scholarships and fellowships for undergraduate and graduate study. An extensive list of scholarships, grants, loans, and loan repayment programs for undergraduate students is available on the U.S. Department of Education website.