You have to be "brainy" to take honors, right? That's partly
right, but not the whole story.
You also need an interest in thinking for yourself. In hands-on
learning, research, and creative activities. In joining other
students and faculty in discussions, projects, field trips, and
cultural experiences. And, in earning a diploma with magna or summa
cum laude honors. Future and current students can apply.
Some 5-to-10 percent of Butler's students participate in the Honors Program. You may
qualify for the program based on your previous class ranking, GPA,
or SAT/ACT test scores. Talk to CHASE to find out more.
CHASE also offers thesis research grants
for students conducting research for their honors thesis.
Hear about a Butler student's experience in the Honors
Deena Elsahy '14
CHASE activities: Honors, pre-health student society.
Plans to become a surgeon or pediatrician, and continue