If you’re ready to be challenged, value small classes, and are eager to learn diverse points of view, this is the place.
We offer the name recognition of one of America’s oldest and most respected universities, and more than 45 undergraduate majors, combined with a dynamic urban locale.
With nearly 2,000 alumni, an enthusiastic, innovative faculty, and a cohort of students who are active leaders on campus and in their communities, the Honors College prepares students for professional careers and graduate training through a combination of small seminars, interdisciplinary learning expereinces, and original research. Honors College students are trained to be lifelong learners who approach their careers with purpose.
The Honors Living-Learning Community (HLLC) is a transformative college access and success program that fosters the academic, social, and personal development of talented students from all walks of life with a desire to make a difference in their communities and beyond. With an innovative curriculum centered on themes of “Local Citizenship in a Global World,” HLLC students will live and learn at RU-N with students from all over the world.
At a research university, you learn from great professors who are pushing and prodding the boundaries of human knowledge every day.