It's not what you expect, but it's everything you want.
The Honors Program at USD isn’t about courses that move faster and cover more material, it’s about developing you into a person who’s passionate about contributing to society and preparing for a rapidly changing world. By fostering enriched educational opportunities for academically talented and highly motivated students, USD can offer an engaging, stimulating and rewarding experience!
The Honors Advantage:
The majority of Honors grads pursue graduate and professional training at some of the best institutions in the U.S. and around the world. Over the past five years, Honors graduates have a 96 percent placement rate in graduate and professional programs.
When: Thursday, April 28 @ 7 p.m.
Where: National Music Museum
Introduction to Javanese Culture - Music, an Honors Seminar class, will be hosting a "Summer Break!" celebration featuring music from the Gamelan, costumes, masks and dancing. All are welcome!
Honors students Collin, Erin and Josh discuss their recent successes in public health research and international summer academic programs as well as the role the Honors Program played in their achievements.