Commonwealth Honors Program
The Commonwealth Honors Program at Framingham State University is designed to provide academically talented students with the opportunity to enrich their educational experience with courses both within and outside of their major program of study. Courses bearing the "Honors" designation are drawn from a wide range of disciplines and are designed to be intensive and intellectually challenging. Honors courses draw upon students' analytical and creative talents. Designed for a maximum enrollment of 20 students, honors courses aim to foster in-depth class discussion and a close student-instructor relationship.
News and Announcements
Thursday, April 24, 2014: Save the date for the annual Honors Program awards dinner.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014: Best-selling author Andrew Bacevich will be visiting FSU for a powerful public lecture on the topic of his recent book “Breach of Trust – How Americans Failed Their Soldiers and Their Country”. The lecture will be held at 7pm in DPAC and is jointly sponsored by the Honors Program and Office of Veterans Services.
Monday, February 3, 2014: Dr. Charles Robbins, director of a unique study abroad program in Prague, will be at the Honors House to discuss the program which is designed specifically for Honors students. The discussion will begin at 1:30. Lunch will be served. Please RSVP to Kate Burt (kburt2@Framingham.edu) by 1/27/14.
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