An integral part of the McBride Honors Program is the requirement that students develop an individualized experiential learning opportunity. This can involve foreign study, service, internships, research, or specialized training in such diverse fields as foreign language, law, international business, or archaeology. Working with faculty mentors, students design customized projects that complement their educational focus and further their career aspirations.

The McBride Honors Program helps students pursue these amazing opportunities by providing expert advice – and awards. Thanks to the generosity of the program’s supporters, beginning Fall 2012 every McBride student is eligible to apply for an Honors Enrichment Award to help defray the costs associated with these activities. Awards vary, but often range from $1,000-$4,000.

In addition, the program helps students pursue nationally competitive scholarships. McBride also provides its own special awards to recognize the exceptional achievements of our Honors students.


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