Sir Winston Churchill made history here in 1946 with his famous “Iron Curtain” speech. You can make history by applying to be a Westminster College Honors Program Scholar. All incoming freshmen and transfer students have the opportunity to apply for a place in the prestigious Honors Program. The Westminster College
Honors Program is designed for high achieving students who want a challenge above and beyond the normal
Westminster College Honors Program Features:
- A multi-year experience with interdisciplinary coursework.
- Opportunities to apply advanced theories about global issues outside of the classroom.
- Participation in advanced seminars and off-campus events as a group.
- Behind-the-scenes access to distinguished on-campus guest speakers.
- One-on-one attention from faculty including informal coffeehouse-style chats.
The program culminates in highly specialized graduate school-type research or individual projects. Students who graduate with an Honors Program designation from Westminster College via an “Honors Thesis” or “Honors Project” will yield personal growth plus increased potential for top graduate and professional schools or employment with some of the nation and region’s best organizations.
- Incoming new students (freshman or transfer) are eligible.
- The strongest candidates should have a high school GPA around 3.5/4.0 or a college GPA around 3.4.
- Students looking for a unique opportunity for scholarly growth and development.
If you want to build upon your leadership and academic accomplishments, please follow the application steps. Your Honors Program application, essay, academic background, leadership skills and future goals will be taken into consideration as a candidate for the Westminster College Honors Program!
Download the Westminster College Honors Program Application
For more information about the Honors Program, please contact:
Dr. Heidi LaVine Heidi.Lavine@westminster-mo.edu
Honor Program Director
Meet Dr. LaVine
The Honors Program is part of The Churchill Institute at Westminster College.