The National Honors Society is a remarkable and sensational opportunity for myself to take. I know that I should be in the Honors Society to better my future in education. When I think of my character, leadership, and service in the community I know it can be improved upon, but I do see the value I have developed in those traits over my lifetime. I believe that the Nation Honors Society should take me in and display its various favorable opportunities towards myself because of my growing, thriving traits.
School: not a necessary evil, or even a chore; but an opportunity. Acceptance to the University of North Alabama’s honors program would give me a chance to challenge myself further as I pursue my degree, and also enhance my application graduate school. I not only have important passions and perspectives to add to the program, but a positive spirit and a leader’s mindset.
The Texas A&M University Honors Program is much more than an ephemeral stepping stone towards medical school for me. While I am cognizant of the fact that I would be well prepared to achieve my goals even with a non-honors diploma, I recognize that the Honors Program would be an imperative step in my academic development and success. All throughout my life I have challenged myself to work towards excellence. Whether that be in sports, school, or my relationships with those around me, I have never chosen to settle because I realized I can accomplish so much more. The Honors Program will provide me with the tools necessary to thrive in a valuable environment of perpetual competition in which I will utilize the opportunities given to me in the
Before I started my first semester of college I made sure that my academic and career goals were set to avoid indecisiveness. One of my intellectual objectives has always been to be a part of the honors college. Deep in my heart I know I have what it takes to be in an organization of students that excel with integrity. Furthermore, the benefits that come along with being a student within the honors college can assist me with getting through my scholastic agenda which includes internships, scholarships and honorary mentions.
The Honors Program student embodies the virtues of independence, academic talent, intellectual curiosity, and persistence. In a brief essay, of approximately 500 words, please tell us how your reasons for admission to the Honors Program as well as your long and short terms academic goals speak to these four virtues. In doing so, you might consider the following questions:
I am interested in the Morrissy Honors Program because I am seeking to join a community that values the pursuit of academic excellence and takes the call to global citizenship seriously. From a young age I have enjoyed both learning and applying my knowledge to help others, and I will carry on these values into my role as a Morrissy Honor scholar.
I am a journalism major with a focus in public relations and a minor in marketing therefore I believe the Honors college will enhance my academic experience at Georgia State by allowing me to develop my people skills as well as my personal professional development. The honors college programs do not only provide rigorous academic programs for strong individuals to constantly feel challenged but it also provides guidance to develop individual professionalism ,and I believe both would allow me to grow as a journalism major. In addition, I know the amazing staff that the honors college provides would help me maintain my focus and personal development all four years of my undergraduate studies.
To me, being a part of Florida Southern’s Honors Program would mean more than just adding knowledge to my area of study. To have the opportunity to be a part of this program would mean that I would be able to grow in more than one way. I would take the opportunities to lead in areas such as community service and I would recognize my responsibility to maintain good character as an example for my peers. To be housed with other honors students would give me the chance to meet others with the same drive that I have, even though they may be in a different field of study. Being around others that have passion in their work would push and challenge me to step out of my comfort zone. Knowing that I can help the community while expanding my knowledge beyond typical education, I am guaranteed that I will reach my goals.
The Honors College demands work ethic, time management, and knowledge. By participating in the Honors College at Georgia State, I will challenge myself to become more sufficient in the demanded areas. I want to become part of the exhilarating challenges. These challenges mentally and physically prepare me for medical school. The experience I gain in the Honors College at Georgia State University creates a path of opportunities. I want to further create friendships with other students and share memorable moments that will last a lifetime. During graduation, I wish look at all of my friends in their cap and gowns and say, “We made it, together”. I hope to look back at the years I spent at Georgia State University and remember it as if it was just yesterday.
There are many aspects of the Honors College that made me interested in joining this program: the academics, the community, the extracurricular and leadership opportunities. Along with bettering my college experience, I also believe I can contribute to this community with my unique experiences and leadership skills.
I made my decision to attend Bishop State Community College after high school because it was important to my parents and myself to have a great transition from high school to college at a gradual pace; with the goal of eventually transferring to an university. I was extremely focus on finding a career that match my passion in the areas of sciences and the years I would like to spend on my education. I never gave a thought about looking into honor societies at my college. In fact, I did not think I had the qualification to be invited to join any honor society; for Instant, I assume I had to have a large resume of volunteering and had the assumption that my grade point average had to be higher than a 3.5 grade point average.I also mistakenly
The Louisburg Honors Program is a high achieving curriculum that was created to help students accomplish their goals. These students should be driven to make improvements within their community and to strengthen their own academics. When students are involved in a community, one will learn how to work with others. The strong foundation would allow multiple opportunities to open. To be selected into the Honors program would be more than a privilege.
The Honors College community would provide me with various educational and beneficial opportunities. After visiting the FIU campus and learning more about the honors college various conditions called my attention.
A high school honors student should have grades that are over the required GPA to graduate high school. There GPA should reach or exceed a 3.5. A student who has achieved honors should be going above and beyond the standards for high school by applying themselves to numerous extra circular activities and community service opportunities. These activities should be benefiting their community or knowledge in some way shape or form. An honors student should've achieved outstanding work ethics in all categories of their social and school life. They should apply their knowledge in class by answering questions, and by trying to achieve the maximum score possible on any assessment. They should have a good balance between there social and educational