Honors Program

Facilities & Resources

Bastek Honors House front

The Bastek Honors House is a place for quiet study, meetings and socializing, as well as a classroom for small Honors seminars.

The Honors Program hosts an assortment of fun gatherings, speakers, and special events over the course of the academic year.

Honors students opportunity to work as Research Assistants for faculty members, for a stipend.  In order to apply for an RA position, students may fill out a Student Application for RA Position and submit it to the Honors Program (information inside).  Interested faculty members should also submit a Faculty Request for Research Assistant. Assistantships extend for one semester and are granted based on available funding.

The Honors Program, in association with the Saint Peter’s University Center for Global Learning, offers Honors students scholarships for study abroad. Awards may be granted for year-long or semester-long study abroad, as well as for study abroad classes (those which travel over winter, summer or spring breaks). You may read the details and apply here. Learn more about travel opportunities.

Faculty members may apply for funds to help them work with individual Honors students, enrich their Honors course experience, or develop new Honors courses. Please contact the Honors Program for more information.

Honors Junior Students of class 2013

Study time at the Honors House.

The Social Justice Program, along with the Urban Studies Department and Honors Program, is spearheading an effort to make the Social Justice/Honors House backyard into a wonderful Community Garden/Meeting Space!

You can follow our progress at our blog: Greening Glenwood