Welcome to the Aquinas Scholars Page
The Aquinas Scholars Honors Program is the undergraduate honors program of the University of St. Thomas. The program is designed to enrich the educational experience of the school's most talented and dedicated students through intellectually challenging courses and a variety of cultural and social experiences.
Honors classes provide students with a unique and intimate learning environment. They are based on active learning, with opportunities to explore provocative subjects in new and exciting ways. Aquinas Scholars usually take 22 of the 132 credits required for graduation in honors classes, which consist of honors "sections" (general education courses taken by all students but distinguished as "honors" by smaller class size, outstanding faculty, and an increased emphasis on discussion and in-depth examination of topics) and honors "seminars" (2-credit, team-taught, interdisciplinary courses that focus on creative and experimental topics). Although the number of credits students take in honors courses is not large, honors students often say that these courses are the most stimulating and significant educational experiences of their college careers.
One can combine a major in any academic discipline (both liberal arts and professional) with honors education. Anyone interested in the honors program should go to the "about" page in the menu on the top of this page, or e-mail the Faculty Director of the honors program.
Scholars Journal Art Submissions, 1+ point(s)
The following is another point opportunity for the journal. I think it would be fun to have an art showcase in the journal to display scholars many talents. If you have any of the following and would like to share and potentially have it in the journal, please send them to Kristyn Jaeger at firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions are worth 1 point.
-Photography (with title and description)
-Any other art you feel would be a good addition that you would be willing to display
Pizza with a Prof, 2 points
Tuesday, November 25 over convo hour
Location: MHC 204
James Shovein from the Finance Department will be giving a talk on "Personal Financial Planning". Pizza and pop will be provided.