The Honors Program at Post University provides an especially rich and ambitious set of academic offerings for highly motivated and academically accomplished students. Participants work closely with distinguished professors, guest lecturers, and other academically talented students in endeavors that emphasize critical thinking, analysis, research, writing, communication, creativity, and problem solving skills. The Honors Program provides advanced courses, active learning, and individualized research opportunities, along with personalized academic advising. Students also will participate in innovative lectures, seminars, internships, field trips, and field experiences.
Whether you are passionate about the environment, committed to helping the Special Olympics, an aspiring policy maker, or born for the stage, Post’s wide range of student organizations and campus activities offer something for everyone.
Honors students participate in a range of special academic and social events including honors retreats, cultural events at theaters and museums, field trips, specialized internships, and more.
Student-athletes can choose from among 16 competitive NCAA Division II sports, and intercollegiate Equestrian, Dressage and Western Riding teams. Post also competes in the Collegiate Sprint Football League along with Army, Navy, Cornell, and Princeton, among others.
Opportunity to Graduate with Distinction
Students earn a diploma that indicates they are graduates of the Honors Program at Post University. An honors degree is widely recognized as evidence of a student’s exceptional knowledge, skills, abilities, and achievements.
Personalized academic Honors advising, including priority course registration, career coaching, mentoring from distinguished faculty for research and projects, and ongoing support from the Honors Program Director, are all integral components of the Honors Program.
Linda L. Kobylarz
Director of the Honors Program