Are you a deeply curious student that desires to engage big questions within a community of equally curious students and faculty scholars? Does the exploration of the spaces where the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences meet animate you? Are you intrigued by the thought of using a city as a textbook? Do you desire to develop your skills as a scholar while conducting research or generating a creative project alongside a faculty mentor? If so, you may be an excellent candidate for the Honors Scholars Program.
If the Honors Scholars Program sounds like a good fit for your academic goals, and you've read the program requirements above, apply to join!
Separate application due by December 15, 2018. Click on the information button for complete details!
If you arrive at Gerald R. Ford Airport, taxi and other on-demand ride services are available; Calvin’s campus is a 15-minute drive away.
If you live more than 150 miles from campus, Calvin will reimburse up to $250 of your travel costs. Submit your travel receipts at the program; Calvin will mail a reimbursement check shortly thereafter. If you enroll at Calvin in the fall, contact Admissions for a reimbursement of the student’s remaining travel costs.
One night of lodging is provided. You may choose to stay with a Calvin student host or at a nearby hotel. Lodging is also provided for your parents.
Friday, February 15
8:45 a.m. Fridays at Calvin campus visit program (optional, but encouraged)
5 p.m. Check-in at Prince Conference Center
6 p.m. Opening banquet
8:30 p.m. Evening social activities
Saturday, February 16
7:30 a.m. Breakfast at Prince Conference Center
9 a.m. Individual interviews with Calvin faculty and staff
12 p.m. Closing session
Lunch tickets provided for guests who wish to eat in the dining hall.
- Prince Conference Center
- 1800 E. Beltline Ave SE
- Grand Rapids, MI