Archive for September, 2009

Honors Chapel, 9-30-09

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Honors Chapel, 9-30-09

Honors Chapel, 9-30-09

Please join us for Honors Chapel this Wednesday, September 30th in COBA room 201 for “Lessons From Freshman Year.” We will have a time of worship followed by a lesson from Dr. Mark Cullum. See you there!

Congratulations to Kendra!

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Kendra Gregory

Kendra Gregory

We are very pleased and proud to announce that Kendra Gregory (senior ENVR and SPAN double major, minors in BIOL and CHEM and Honors College student) was just notified she won the 2009 Academic Excellence Award from Ag Workers Insurance (

Ag Workers is a mutual insurance company providing coverage for agriculture professionals in Texas.  They are GREAT supporters of students and agricultural programs across the state.  On occasion after occasion they have funded events for our students at ACU and at functions our students have participated in at other colleges and universities with ag programs across the state.

This is the first time Ag Workers has extended this award.  They hope to present the award to Kendra on campus before the end of October.

T-shirts Available Here!

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green tshirts

Honors Retreat 2009

Just in case you missed them….Honors College t-shirts are now on sale for $10 each! Stop by the new office in Zellner and pick one up! (We accept cash or checks.)

Exciting Opportunity for Honors College Students in Spring 2010!

0 Commentsby   |  09.14.09  |  Honors College News

ACU in Germany

ACU in Germany

We are excited to offer you a unique opportunity in Spring 2010!  If you will be at least a sophomore by credit hours (meaning you will have at least 30 credits by Dec. 2009), you are eligible to receive an exclusive, one-time-only travel stipend of $1000 to travel to Leipzig, Germany for the spring semester!  This $1000 will be in addition to any other scholarships or Study Abroad grants you may have already!

This spring, you are invited to join Dr. Ron Morgan and his wife, Dr. Janine Morgan, for a life-changing semester in Germany.  The Morgans will guide you as you delve into Germany‘s rich historical and theological legacy.  This will be an academically challenging semester, especially designed for students who want to stretch themselves philosophically, psychologically and theologically.

While in Germany, students will take 16 credit hours, including German language courses.  The courses offered in Germany in Spring 2010 include:
BIBL 212.S3 Christianity and Culture
BIBH 380.S3 Survey of Church History
FLGE 111/112.S3 Elementary German I and II
FLGE 221/222.S3 Intermediate German I and II
HUM 240.S3 Music and the German Imagination (Fine Art Credit)
INTS 240.S3 A Mighty Fortress: A Study of German People and Culture (Social Science Credit)
INTS 241.S3 Introduction to Global Studies (1 hour credit)

For a visual preview of ACU in Germany, click here:

We hope you will take advantage of this exciting opportunity!  If you have any questions, or are ready to sign up, please contact Rachel Brown in the Study Abroad office at or (325) 674-2754.

Tuesday Tea with the Teachers

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Tuesday Tea with the Teachers

Tuesday Tea with the Teachers

Please join us every Tuesday, starting tomorrow (9/15) for “Tuesday Tea with the Teachers”. We will be meeting in the Honors College Office (100 Zellner Hall) from 3-4 pm. This will be a fun opportunity to eat homemade sweets, drink tea and coffee, visit with your professors, and maybe even challenge them to a game of Apples to Apples or Scrabble.

See you there!

Honors Chapel on 9-16-09!

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HC Chapel 9-16-09

Please join us for Honors Chapel this Wednesday, September 16th in COBA room 201 for “Lessons From Freshman Year.” We will be led in a time of worship followed by a lesson from Dr. Vic McCracken. See you there!

About Honors College

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What is the Honors College?

The Honors College enhances the ACU experience for high-achieving undergraduates. For its members, the Honors College offers stimulating courses, social events, small-group chapel, service opportunities, grants for travel and research, and other learning opportunities.

Students are enrolled in two Honors courses per semester, which replace standard general education requirements in their degree plans. They receive special advising and early registration so they can fit honors work into their degree plans efficiently. Honors College students work with exciting teachers. The Honors Colloquia expose students to interdisciplinary discussions not available anywhere else in the University. Honors contracts and the Capstone Project connect students with mentors in their own fields and prepare them for graduate work and careers. All these features help manifest the Honors College’s slogan: Great gifts, great responsibilities.

The mission of the ACU Honors College is to support the recruitment, retention, and nurture of gifted students by providing enhanced academic opportunities and to strengthen the academic culture of the University. The Honors College prepares students for lives of high professional achievement, integrity, and social engagement.


The National Collegiate Honors Council is the major organization for honors programs and honors colleges in the United States. The ACU Honors College draws from NCHC and its regional affiliate, the Great Plains Honors Council, for ideas on curriculum, programming, assessment, and long-range planning. We continually measure our program against others to be sure it adds value to your ACU education.