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The Honors Program also offers regular programming and gatherings for the entire cohort of Honors students, including annual trips to the Butler Undergraduate Research Conference. It also promotes Honors student participation in three other types of events:

  • Meetings that inform students of post-baccalaureate fellowships, and how to apply for them.
  • Gatherings of Alumni – especially those gatherings designed to encourage students to form mentoring or professional relationships with notable alumni.
  • Programming hosted by the Centers for Global Health, Environmental Leaderships, Social Justice, and Entrepreneurship and Innovation, that introduce students to the undergraduate and post-graduate opportunities these centers make available.

In addition,

  • Students who successfully complete Honors 350 and having maintained a GPA of 3.4 or higher, will be eligible for a Senior EPIC (“Honors EPIC”) experience in addition to the EPIC experience or experiences available to every Earlham student.
  • Honors students will be specifically invited to participate in opportunities that involve networking with distinguished alumni and the Board of Trustees (including off-campus travel for alumni events).
  • Credits awarded through the Honors program contribute to Honors students’ General Education requirements.

Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts, including the sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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