Brevard’s Honors Program is not just a supplementary academic program - it’s a living and learning community dedicated to producing the next generation of prepared, innovative, creative, and thoughtful scholars and leaders. As a Brevard Honors student, you’ll take challenging classes and interactive enrichment seminars, but you’ll also expand your mind and experiences outside of the classroom through hands-on service projects, independent research, and cultural interactions. Visit Brevard and meet with the Honors Program Coordinator to learn more about your Honors opportunities!
Experiential Honors Opportunities
- Experience exclusive Honors enrichment seminars and courses, service projects, and cultural experiences.
- Live in Honors-themed housing with fellow Honors students as a freshman.
- Become part of a supportive and close-knit community on campus.
- Develop one-on-one mentoring relationships with faculty, both in and out of your field of expertise.
- Earn an “Honors” designation on your diploma and transcript, as well as recognition at graduation.
Meet the Coordinator
Robert Dye, Director of the Honors Program and Wilderness Leadership Professor
“Robert was a guide when I went on a Voice of the Rivers (a month long source-to-sea trip) expedition, and I will always remember how consistently uplifting his presence was for the entire trip. One day we paddled for nearly 30 miles and our group was low in energy and spirits. When we stopped to camp for the night, Robert facilitated a group discussion and took the time to check in with each of us individually. We came away from his influence more energized and passionate than ever.”
- Brevard graduate
Apply to the Brevard Honors Program
In addition to your completed admission application, please return the following to the admissions office:
- a complete Honors Program Application
- essay discussing the importance of an educational, service, or social event in your life
- brief statement about your academic career plans
- a signed letter of reference to the Honors Program from a teacher or faculty member
*Current Honors students must maintain a minimum 3.30 GPA and take at least 19 hours of “H” designated hours during their time at BC.