Honors Community Components
Residential ExperienceHonors Students—both residential and commuter—engage in rich academic and cocurricular experiences, with the opportunity to co-enroll in up to five classes at W&M. Richard Bland College welcomes its inaugural co-hort of students to the Honors Program for fall 2013. Students are invited to participate in the program based on their academic performance in high school or as first year students at Richard Bland College. Director of the Honors Program Professor Isaac Sweeney email@example.com (804) 862-6447
One wing of Patriot Hall includes a dedicated Honors activity space to be used exclusively for Honors programming, including office space for the Honors Advisor.
Second-Year Honors Students
• Arts and cultural field trips (to local and historical attractions, D.C., NYC, Williamsburg, etc.) • Domestic summer study opportunities through Global Education Skills Alliance (GESA) • Enhanced first-year experience • Guest lecturers/seminar series • Specialized Honors Advisor who is responsible for program and event coordination • Service learning opportunities • Corporate shadowing opportunities (partnering with Virginia State University) • Small group sessions with business leaders (partnering with Virginia State University) • Eligibility for membership in Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
• Co-enrollment program with William & Mary (15 spots with transportation provided on Tuesdays and Thursdays to and from Williamsburg) • Study abroad opportunities through Global Education Skills Alliance (GESA)