Honors Student-of-the-Month Award
The Honors Student of the Month Program is a collaboration between Honors Program and Honors House, which is part of the Office of Residence Life. This program is a wonderful addition to the Student of the Month Program, begun in Spring 2003 to recognize outstanding SUNY Fredonia students. This year, the Honors Student of the Month Committee will recognize students who reflect the program's Mission and/or Vision Statements:
Mission: The Fredonia Honors Program supports academically motivated students by connecting these students to meaningful opportunities to learn, lead, and live amid a community of like-minded peers.
Vision: The Fredonia Honors Program will be a transformative, comprehensive experience for academically motivated students from diverse backgrounds, providing access to distinctive, high-impact, interdisciplinary learning and leadership opportunities.
Additional Requirements: To be eligible for consideration, Honors students must also be in good standing in the Fredonia Honors Program. They must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher. They must also have successfully completed at least one Honors course and have completed at least one year at Fredonia. Students do not need to live on campus.
The student selected by the committee as the Honors Student of the Month will receive a gift card to the Bookstore and a certificate. In addition, the student’s name will be engraved on a plaque that will hang in the Office of Residence Life, and the student will have a biographical article published in the Campus Report.
The Honors House and Honors Program want to thank the Office of Residence Life for sponsoring this new program.
Most Recent Honors Student of the Month