Monday, December 5, 2016

Reynolds welcomes new Honors Students

The Reynolds Honors Program recently held an orientation session to welcome students that will start the program with the Spring 2017 semester. 

“I love seeing the faces of the new students and the excitement they bring to the program,” said Dr. Ashley Bourne-Richardson, Honors Program Faculty Coordinator.

The Reynolds Honors Program is meant to foster the sustained intellectual growth and personal development of students as they develop the confidence and skills necessary for continued academic and professional leadership, while also helping facilitate successful transfers to 4-year colleges and universities.

This program helps students to enhance their critical thinking and communication skills, to identify clear educational and personal goals, and to pursue those goals with a sense of purpose and meaning.

Currently 69 students are enrolled in the Honors Program and an additional 13 students will start with the Spring 2017 semester. Applications for future Honors Programs will be accepted between January 16 and March 15. For more information on the Reynolds Honors Program, visit