Chancellor's Scholars Named to Campus Honors Program
Eleven of the 138 freshmen and sophomores designated as Chancellor's Scholars in the Campus Honors Program are Business students.
The Campus Honors Program is a four-year general studies program open to undergraduates in any curriculum. It admits up to 125 freshmen each year, selected from more than 7,000 on the Urbana campus. Up to 20 additional students join the program at the beginning of their sophomore year.
Chancellor’s Scholars participate in small-enrollment honors classes and seminars. Close student-faculty interaction also is fostered by a mentor system, a lecture series on topics of general interest, dress-rehearsal visits to Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, and international programming. Other benefits include summer research and travel grants.
A full listing of students, organized by home town, can be viewed on the News Burea website.