Congratulations to Andrea Brard and Steve Guzman who have been certified and accepted to UCLA. As well as, Luis Corona for getting certified with the Honors Transfer Alliance Program.

Wartburg College invites undergraduate students to submit to the competition papers that address some aspect of the complex relationship between technology, the natural world, and religion/the human spirit. First, second and third prizes are, respectively, $750, $500 and $250. Submissions are due by May 30th, 2011.

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars - (NSCS) is an honor society inviting high-achieving first- and second-year college students. Members must rank in the top 20% of their class.

NSCS is proud to offer more than a quarter of a million dollars in scholarships every year to deserving members.

In addition to providing scholarships, NSCS serves as a growth opportunity, leadership training ground, and resource for its members. Students who join meet people on campus and at other schools they might not have otherwise met – people who become friends, long-term supporters, and future colleagues. Students who join get the tools and encouragement they need to take part in transforming the on-campus and community-wide issues that mean the most to them. Students who join find they have a wealth of resources to help with their futures: NSCS-only scholarships; leadership training; internships, and careers; job leads and resources; and travel opportunities.

A few reasons to consider joining NSCS:

  • Make your mark on campus; make a difference in your community.
  • Provide hundreds of current and future students on your campus with opportunities like scholarships, internships and other benefits.
  • Meet and motivate students, faculty members, and administrators at your school.
  • Create alliances between students and faculty on important issues like integrity
  • Connect with peers from around the country.
  • Use NSCS as a springboard to your next level of accomplishment.

Mark Pursley will be the advisor - contact him with questions or feel free to click the link(s): or

Now accepting e-versions of the Honors Program application information!

You can now scan and submit electronically to Dr. Fenton (Honors Program Director):

  • A completed application form
  • Unofficial transcript (showing completion of English 101 and a GPA of 3.25)
  • Personal Essay

You can have emailed directly to Dr. Fenton (Honors Program Director):

  • Faculty recommendation Letter

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