Gearing up for College…

All incoming Scholars are invited to attend Honors Orientation from August 16–19, 2016 at Camp Lutherock as part of their first–year Honors Program experience. Throughout the orientation, students have the opportunity to get to know their classmates, upperclassmen, and professors through various levels of outdoor activities. The goal of the orientation is to build meaningful cohort cohesion to enhance students’ transition to college. We highly encourage all Scholars to register and attend Honors Orientation and will work with student–athletes on practice obligations so that they may attend at least part of the program. Please complete the form below to reserve your spot. 


    What to expect

    • Lots of fun! 
    • Experience and share spectacular moments with your peers and professors.
    • Take on the Freshmen Chef Challenge. 

     

    • Participate in a variety of outdoor activities of different levels from hiking to Frisbee golf to low ropes courses. 
    • Engage with your professors outside of the classroom. 

    Our Honors Orientation Leaders are ready to show you a fun time and help you make the transition to college.
    Back row left to right: Jessica ’18, Rafe ’19,  Ethan ’19,  Jordan ’17, Zane ’19
    Front row left to right: Emily ’18, Kacy ’18, Kassie ’19


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    Honors Program Orientation provides an opportunity for a new cohort of students to come together with members of upperclassmen cohorts and faculty in a fun and challenging new environment. This orientation allows incoming students to engage with each other over intellectual conversation, creative activities and outdoor adventure. Camp Lutherock will supply a beautiful backdrop for hikes, cooking competitions, Frisbee games, poetry slams, bouldering, and all the fabulous memories made with peers. As our program grows to incorporate wonderful new minds, Honors Program Orientation will serve to maintain the intellectual and interpersonal connections so characteristic of this program.
    — Ali Hillman ’17, Honors Orientation Student Coordinator