"The Honors program has been an important part of my college experience, and has helped me to grow as a leader, and expand my horizons, literally. I was chosen to participate in the summer Honors program of 2010, where I left the United States for the first time, and explored the country of Egypt with 27 other Honors students from across Pennsylvania. This opportunity stands out as one of my most exciting and rewarding collegiate experiences, and has piqued my interest in future world travel." -Dave Moyer
The students are enthusiastic and energetic, committed to academics, service, and community. There are many challenging and unique opportunities for Honors students, including independent research, international travel, and on-campus activities. I enjoy working with this diverse group in which everyone strives for excellence. - Stephen Kokoska, Honors Program Director
The BU Honors Program is dedicated to your academic and professional success.
As a student in the Bloomsburg University Honors Program you will conduct independent research in your major, become part of a community of ambitious scholars, have opportunities to explore the world, and more. Follow this link and find out about what it's like to be an Honors student.
The 2013-2014 Honors brochure is available now. You can download it here.
The Honors Advisory Committee recently endorsed a Strategic Plan for the Program. This document includes our Mission, Values, and Vision. In addition, we have identified four strategic issues for the next five years.
The February 2015 Honors program newsletter may be found here.
Henry Carver Fund (HCF) Scholarship Renewal
The application for the HCF Honors Scholarship is now available and may be found here.
Applications are due by March 20, 2015.
Bocce Bash Video
A video about the Honors program's participation in the Bocce Bash may be found on the service page.
BU Honors Student Wins Third Prize in National Competition!
Meghan Duell, a Bloomsburg University Honors Spring 2012 biology graduate, won third prize in the oral presentation category at the national convention of Beta Beta Beta, the biology honor society, in Puerto Rico. Her presentation was entitled “Honeybee Stress: Behavioral & Physiological Implications of Fulmethrin Treatment.” Dr. John Hranitz, professor, Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences, is her mentor. Meghan qualified to present her work at the national convention by winning the outstanding presentation award at the 2012 Northeast District 2 Regional Convention held in Bloomsburg in March 2012.
BU Honors Student Wins First Place!
Bloomsburg University Honors Student Brittany Vaszlavik won one of the most prestigious student awards at the 2011 National Collegiate Honors Council annual conference in Phoenix, AZ. Her poster describing her Honors Independent Study research project was selected as the very best poster in the category of Social and Behavioral Sciences. This is one of the largest poster categories with a lot of competition. Her poster was displayed at the awards dinner with a giant blue ribbon. Please see our photo gallery for a picture of Brittany with her poster.
Honors Student Profile Book
The Profile Book for the 2014-2015 school year can be found here.
The Profile Book for the 2013-2014 school year can be found here.
The Profile Book for the 2012-2013 school year can be found here.
The Profile Book for the 2011-2012 school year can be found here.
NCHC on Facebook
You can now follow National Collegiate Honors Council on Facebook!
Our new Facebook fan page will provide an additional means of communication between NCHC and our members. Our hope is that the page will be useful in posting updates during conference, keeping you informed of upcoming seminars and events, and having meaningful discussions about honors-related topics and ideas that you feel need to be addressed.
The Honors Program is now on Facebook!
You can now follow the Bloomsburg University Honors Program on Facebook!