Stevenson's Honors Program combines the pursuit of intellectual challenges both inside and outside the classroom. Honors students participate in interdisciplinary seminars specially designed provide them with ample opportunities to critically examine, explore, and experience diverse current issues. The cornerstone of the Stevenson honors experience, Honors Seminars are designed to fulfill part of the University's core curriculum requirements. Each seminar is team taught by two instructors from different disciplines. Enrollment in seminar courses is limited to facilitate discussions and create a personalized environment.
Stevenson Honors Students also engage in Learning Beyond experiences, in which they pursue their scholarship and enhance their leadership opportunities in the community. Students can participate in research projects, service learning courses, and internships, to name just a few options.
In addition to the numerous academic opportunities offered, the honors program sponsors a variety of cultural and social activities. In the past these have included trips to New York City, plays, concerts, pizza parties, and movie nights. Special honors housing is also available, allowing freshmen to interact with upper classmen in both academic and social arenas.