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.