The Fox Honors Program provides our students with all the benefits of a Carnegie I research university yet the intimate learning experiences associated with a small private college. Along with classes no larger than 25 students and close interaction with their instructors, Fox Honors students also receive close personal attention in class scheduling and other administrative matters from our dedicated honors staff. In this environment, Fox Honors students often form very close bonds beginning their freshman year that last through graduation.
The Honors curriculum challenges our students to move outside of their comfort zone and engage in deeper learning of the subject matter, whether through small group discussion, case analysis, or real-world problem analysis using specialized software in our state-of-the-art Capital Markets Room. They are also the students taking leadership positions in the many student professional organizations sponsored by the Fox School. Fox Honors students learn how to leverage their curricular and extra-curricular experiences to obtain coveted summer internships, top graduate school admission, or offers of employment from some of the top companies in the United States.
Fox Honors students are also eligible to apply for two special opportunities. Fox School Research Scholars work with faculty mentors over two years to produce a senior thesis. Temple Law Scholars receive conditional admission to Temple’s Beasley School of Law.
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Dr. Robert Pred