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“Personally, I found all of them (UHON classes) to be definitely worth my time, and made my college career a little more meaningful.” – Andrea Storey

“The Honors Program is one of the best offices on campus. Everyone in the program has offered me so much support over the last four years, and I know I could not have reached my full potential without the help of everyone in the office. Thank you!” – Madison McMinn

“The mentors were very helpful. They helped push me to do greater things, including an honor’s thesis. They have been a great resource and support system.” – Megan Quinn

“I think it’s awesome that the Honors Assembly and the UHP continue to create amazing programs that reach a lot of students, faculty, and staff…” – Mary McGee

“Proud to be UHP!” – Holly Piepenburg

Regarding the 4-1-1, Sylvia Faurot said, “I found it very sweet to get to hear about other people’s achievements and offer them support; it was a nice community forging effort.”

“I thoroughly enjoyed my time in the UHP. This program helped me grow into a stronger student, leader, and member of my community. I would recommend this program to any incoming student.” – Sara Dixon

“I really enjoyed taking the Honors courses. They made gen eds much more interesting and bearable. I also remember more content from them because of the discussion-based classes!” – Clair Bammann

“The friends that I made living in Smith Hall were my friends throughout college!” – Darren Reinhardt

"I will be attending Indiana University's School of Medicine in the Fall of 2019 in Indianapolis after graduation!" - Anna Feliciano
 
"After graduation, I am starting medical school at A.T. Still University in July. I am planning on pursuing a career as an orthopedic surgeon with a focus on sports medicine." - Sara Dixon
 
"I will be starting at SIU School of Law this fall 2019!" - Danielle Kapanowski
 
“After graduating, I will be finishing my research in Dr. Hales' Physiology Lab and then moving to Nashville, TN to attend Physician Assistant (PA) School at Trevecca Nazarene University.” - Abigayle Ochs 
 
"After graduation I will be moving to Elizabethtown, Kentucky to work at their local newspaper as a copyeditor and layout designer." - Abbey LaTour
 
"After graduation, I will be moving to Washington DC and working for Deloitte Consulting as an Analyst within the Human Capital group." - Katherine Gallick

"I am continuing on to Graduate School at Illinois State University in English Studies and will be a Graduate Teaching Assistant there as well." - Serenah Minasian
 
"After graduating, I will attend John Cabot University in Rome, Italy with a full tuition scholarship for a Master of Arts in Art History with the plans of pursuing a museum career. In the Summer of 2019, I will be an intern at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy assisting with museum operations and the Venice Biennale." - Jori Bonadurer