J.N. Andrews Honors Program

Established in 1966, the mission of the J.N. Andrews Honors Program is to foster the scholarly, spiritual and social potential of talented students. The Scholars' Alternate General Education Studies (SAGES) represents a comprehensive rethinking of honors education; it is based on a desire to provide students with these qualities:

  • Classes with qualified students studying signficant material                                                                          
  • Small class sizes
  • Discussion-oriented learning styles
  • Highly qualified teaching and researching faculty
  • Conscious integration of faith with learning
  • Plentiful support of undergraduate research
  • Senior Honors Thesis
  • Social, spiritual, and leadership development
  • Courses that include activities such as:
    • Museum visits
    • Concert attendance
    • Theater performances
    • Other cultural events