FROM THE DIRECTOR . . .
Welcome to the Honors Program Guide!
If you are currently a student in the Honors Program or are thinking about becoming one, this guide has been prepared especially for you. While the general outlines of the program are stated in the College catalog, the specific details of its current policies are contained in this guide.
If you are a prospective student, I extend a very special welcome to you. I am pleased that you are considering joining us at Albright College. As I think you will see from the pages of this guide, the Honors Program is an exciting and integral component of our distinctive Albright approach to education.
he program is large enough to offer ample opportunity, yet small enough to guarantee individualized support.
If you are a member of the faculty, the administration or the larger Albright community, you will find this guide to be a handy overview of the Honors Program. It will help you in keeping informed of the latest developments in the program and in advising current or prospective honors students.
Whatever your role in the Honors Program this year, I hope that you will feel welcomed into an exciting, supportive environment in which we can all reach new levels of learning, personal development and connection to the community. If you have any questions about this guide or about the Honors Program, I would be delighted to talk with you about them. Please call me at 610-921-7581, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by my office, Teel Hall 207.
All the best,
Julia F. Heberle, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology
Director of the Honors Program
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