The Honors Program brings together students with a record of outstanding academic achievement into a vibrant, supportive community that values the development of knowledge, versatility, and independence of thought. Small, stimulating classes with many of our finest professors, interdisciplinary seminars, and a variety of cultural and social events encourage interaction among students from Bradley’s five colleges and provide a broad education to complement work in each student’s discipline. Together, these experiences and the recognition that comes with successful completion of the Program help students achieve admission to top graduate schools, a successful start to their careers, and the adaptability to succeed in a world characterized by change.
Students who complete the Program with a GPA of 3.4 or higher receive permanent Honors recognition, including transcript designation and a special medallion worn at graduation.
Deadline for Fall 2021 applications is May 1st to ensure placement in Honors Program classes.
Since graduation, Ann has commissioned into the U.S. Army, completed the Army’s Basic Officer Leadership Course in Texas, earned my Master’s in Nutrition from Baylor University, completed my dietetic internship at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, and will soon sit for the registration exam to become a registered dietitian.
Malini graduated from Bradley in 2019 with degrees in Spanish, biochemistry, and philosophy. After returning from Chile, where she taught English, Malini accepted a Fulbright Scholarship to be an English teaching assistant in Spain.