Honors students engage with their education through advanced discussions in classes; they engage with the community through inspiring experiences off-campus.
“Being in the honors program has benefited my experience at Anna Maria by challenging me academically and providing me with new experiences and opportunities. The honors program is better preparing me for the real world once I graduate.”
Mary Kate Breen ‘16 Health Science Major From Londonderry, NH
HIGHER LEARNING AT A HIGHER LEVEL.
The Anna Maria College Honors Program was founded in 2007 to provide a rigorous intellectual challenge and an opportunity for scholarship, research, culture, and community service for highly-motivated scholastic achievers.
Today, AMC Honors students play a singular role in fulfilling the mission of Anna Maria College as servant leaders on campus and off. This "college within a college” is rich with educational events like academic symposia and lectures, as well as opportunities to serve the local, national, and global community. Honors students also enjoy social and cultural experiences like the ballet, the theatre, and museums.
Anna Maria College's Honors Program is a member of the National Collegiate Honors Council [NCHC], the National Association of Honors Programs and the North East Regional Honors Council [NRHC]. Honors students are welcome to contribute to all of the majors at the College. Each year, Honors students have the opportunity to present at the annual AMC Academic Symposium and the Regional NRHC annual meeting.
For more information on AMC's Honors Program,
contact the Admission Office or email Assistant Professor Dr. Craig Blais, the Honors Program Director.
Click here for an Introduction to the Honors Program Presentation.
Click here for information on the Honors Program Point System.