The Presidential Honors Community Service Scholars
The Presidential Honors Community Service Scholars program provides an opportunity for high-achieving students who enroll at ETSU as freshmen. An ideal program for students who, regardless of
major, have a passion for community service and a desire to develop as active citizens,
scholars, and leaders.
This cohort-based, scholarship program allows students to explore a variety of service opportunities; engage in meaningful, continuous, hands-on service; and empower themselves and the community to effect real change.
- small, supportive community of scholars faculty, and staff;
- an exciting curriculum with honors courses in service-learning, ethics, and diversity;
- advising and mentoring by Honors College faculty and staff;
- priority registration;
- the opportunity to participate in an Honors Living and Learning Community;
- 24/7 access to computer labs and study facilities reserved for Honors College students; and,
- scholarships, awarded competitively, to assist with tuition and co-curricular expenses.
With a four-year honors curriculum and integrated experiential learning, the program aims to promote civic engagement and responsibility as an integral part of a 21st century education. The cohort-based, scholarship program allows students to explore a variety of service opportunities; engage in meaningful, continuous, hands-on service; and empower themselves and the community to effect real change. Students will graduate from the program with the education and experience to become leaders in their chosen fields and within their own communities.
Our honors scholars, faculty, and staff welcome students to campus, encourage critical
thinking, assist with research interests, and support students' academic excellence.
In addition, we sponsor activities, events,
and programs designed to enhance the collective cultural and intellectual environment and foster a more global perspective within the university community.
Daniel Hedden, Director