Honors College

Students sittign on stairsThe Waldorf  College Honors College offers a unique curriculum for intellectually curious and inquisitive students. Honors College courses at Waldorf are different and challenging, not more and harder. This is the type of learning where you get your hands dirty: you will engage in Rousseau’s The Social Contract by recreating the French revolution in class; become a true scholar in your field by spending a year researching under the tutelage of a professor; challenge your presuppositions about the world in honors philosophy; discover the world first-hand as you travel with your classmates to Greece, and put your new found skills to practice by developing a service project that makes a difference in the world. Outside of coursework, you will have opportunities to attend cultural events, lectures, conferences and even travel the world.

As a graduate of the Waldorf Honors College you will be a confident, inquisitive, and independent thinker who can communicate his or her ideas effectively and efficiently. These attitudes and abilities are not only highly sought after from employers, but will serve you well as a leader in your community. I encourage you to make the most out of your college experience by joining us. Use this website to discover more opportunities offered by the Waldorf Honors College.

Dr. Suzanne Falck-Yi
Director of Waldorf Honors College