You will enjoy classes with a much lower faculty-to-student ratio than most other general education courses. In this smaller setting, you will have more opportunities for one-on-one interaction with professors. You will also be part of a close-knit community of honors students from your freshman through senior years. Your friendships with other motivated Christian learners will extend beyond the classroom to service projects, ministries, and fun.
The honors classes will also give you a better understanding of the complex interactions between the ideas, events, decisions, and creations of Western civilization. This integrated and interdisciplinary approach to the liberal arts will help you appreciate the essential unity of God's truth. You will be better equipped to look for connections and respond to the cultural questions of our day. As you enter the workplace or future study, your ability to think holistically, creatively, and independently will open doors of opportunity.
Above all, as you develop a distinctive Christian worldview and respond to issues discussed in the honors classes, you will learn what it means to love God with all your mind.