Ohio Dominican University has welcomed 32 freshmen into its Honors Program. These students join 54 returning Honors students for a total of 86 participants during the 2019-2020 academic year.
This year’s entering group achieved an average high school GPA of 4.1 and ACT of 28. Four students were awarded the Honors Distinction Scholarship, which covers the full cost of tuition for up to four years at Ohio Dominican.
Members of this year’s freshman Honors Program class are:
“This year marks three consecutive years of growth in the Honors Program, which is allowing us to increase the diversity of course offerings, programming in our living and learning community, and extracurricular activities,” said John Marazita, Ph.D., professor of Psychology and Honors Program director. “Our Honors Program students have a long history of active engagement in scholarship, student government, athletics, and university leadership. We are very excited about the contributions these new students will make to the program and the entire campus community.”
ODU’s Honors Program is designed to enrich the academic experience of talented and motivated students. It is a community of learners who seek to develop their love of learning, deepen their understanding of significant issues, express their creativity, and engage in independent scholarly, scientific, and artistic endeavors. Participants have access to separate living and learning spaces; opportunities for close mentorship with faculty in related academic disciplines; an invitation to participate in collaborative research with faculty; and an ability to participate in extracurricular programming.
To learn more about Ohio Dominican University’s Honors Program, visit ohiodominican.edu/Honors.