|PART I: QUALITATIVE
Current practices included tracking honors hours and
gpa of students for compliance with The Honors College requirements.
The unit became an Honors College in April of 2003; Dr. Herbert Lasky was
named Dean. Presentations at National Collegiate Honors Council
by Dr. Margaret Messer in Chicago fall 2003; Dr. Lasky, Ms.
Judy Sunderman and Dr. Messer served on NCHC committees;
The Honors College hosted the Director's Meeting on Honors
Council Illinois Region fall 2002.
- Student Achievements:
recipients of the Livingston C. Lord Scholarship for spring 03 were in University
Honors: Ms. Audrey Cler, Ms. Rebecaa Leslie, Mr. Robert Lincoln, and Ms.
Sarah Elizabeth Sellers.
Andrea Fritz, the winner of the 2003 Miss Illinois pageant is a student in
good standing in the EIU Honors College.
tuition waivers will be awarded to freshmen through the Honors College for
fall 2004. Mentoring for National Scholarships will begin.
than eighty continuing student scholarships were awarded to students enrolled
in the Honors Programs. Seventy incoming freshmen were recipients of Honors
PART II: QUANTITATIVE INFORMATION
- Total Honors
- Number of students certified graduating with Honors from both University and Departmental Honors
2002 17 UH 6 DH
- Sp 2003
58 UH 27 DH
- Su 2003
2 UH 1 DH
- Total Honors Graduates 110
- ACT: 27.87
- GPA: 3.64
- Freshman-Sophomore Retention Rate: 77.45
- Staff Statistics:
Total staff headcount 3 Professor/Dean; Assistant to the Dean; Academic
Diversity: 2 females, 1 male.