Academics

Features of the Program

  • Seminar learning for a small group of twelve students in each graduating class
  • Three specially designed seminars on interdisciplinary topics
  • Faculty who are committed to interdisciplinary learning
  • The opportunity to study abroad as a junior
  • Use of the Proudian Seminar Room (Hall of Letters 200) for seminar and for individualized study
  • Expanded borrowing privileges at the George and Verda Armacost Library
  • Alternative fulfillment of LAF requirements (upon successful completion of the program)
  • Honors:  Students who complete an honors thesis and who graduate with a GPA of 3.45 or better, or a set of exemplary written evaluations, are candidates for University honors.  Each year a significant number of Proudian seniors are elected to Phi Beta Kappa.

Athletics are an important part of student life.
softball player

The University softball field was modeled after the one in "Field of Dreams."

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