The Honors students will be moving to a new residence hall in August 2014. Reighard Hall will become the Honors Living and Learning Community. All incoming freshmen who do not commute from home for classes are required to live in Reighard Hall to participate in the Honors Freshman Experience.
Honors College students are required to participate in 4 community service projects each year. Participation in the Day of Caring during early September is a required community service project for all freshmen and is a part of the Honors Freshmen Experience.
Plans are progressing for the annual spring bus trip. The bus trip this year will be to New York City on Saturday, March 29, 2014. The students will be attending a matinee performance of the Broadway Show "Once."
As you know the Honors College at Millersville University offers talented, highly motivated students (such as yourself) the personalized attention of a small liberal arts school while drawing upon the resources of MU as a whole. The college aims to provide exceptional opportunities normally found only at expensive private institutions.
Although your classmates may look different, think differently, and even speak differently, they have one important trait in common--the desire to succeed. The MUHC features students that aren't afraid to debate different ideas, explore new pathways, or even share a few thoughts about popular culture.
The senior honors thesis is the culmination of the honors program experience at MU. It is also required to graduate in the program. We have gathered together some resources, which should be helpful to those currently pulling out their hair trying to finish their thesis and to those who should be thinking about starting it.
- General guidelines for the senior thesis
- The Road to a Thesis: A Checklist
- Questions to ask yourself
- Anatomy of a senior thesis
- How to put the thesis in the proper format
- List of Professors who have served on the Honors College Committee