There is no better testimony to the value of CUA's Honors Program than the achievement of its alumni. After graduating with Honors, our alumni go on to pursue studies at the nation's top graduate and professional schools. Others have embarked on their careers of choice after graduation, becoming models of service and outreach to their communities.
Alumni, please keep in touch! We welcome updates on your careers and contact information. Please feel free to email us at any time.
See the latest and past editions of our Honors Alumni newsletter.
The Suziedelis Fund provides compensation for faculty invited to prepare new courses for the Honors Program, or, in the absence of such a program, any innovative courses for undergraduates.
Celebrate Ingrid Merkel
Honors alumnus, Dr. Brian Flanagan ('99) hosted an event in honor of our beloved program founder. On Tuesday, February 21 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, we celebrated Dr. Ingrid Merkel's birthday (belatedly) and her contributions to the University Honors Program. These include founding the University Honors Program and the Ingrid Merkel Fund For Student Academic Travel.
2011-2012 Homecoming Weekend
Honors alumni gathered on Friday, October 21 from 5:30 to 7:30pm for a reception in the Vincent P. Walter Room of Curley Hall. Attendees had the chance to catch up with favorite Honors faculty and see old Honors classmates.
2010-2011 Homecoming Weekend
The Honors Program celebrated its 25th Anniversary with a reception on Friday, October 1st. President Garvey spoke on the topic of Catholic Higher Education, and there was a roundtable discussion on "Catholic Education in the 21st Century" led by six Honors alumni.
Alumni in the Press
Honors Program Alumnae appear in CUA Magazine in an article by Amanda Shaw. Click Here!