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Erie, PA 16541
105 Commercial Center Drive
Ruskin, FL 33573
I want to learn more about Gannon University's Honors program.
Honors students are academically talented and highly motivated students selected from the top ten percent of Gannon's incoming class. We prepare students to be ethical, thoughtful and effective leaders with a global worldview.
Honors students also actively help run the honors program through the Faculty/Student Honors Committee and the Honors E-board.
Mitchell Marsh Secretary of Honors
"Hello! My name is Mitchell and I am the Secretary for the Honors Program. Some of my favorite memories from Honors were GIVE Day at Sisters of St. Joseph, getting to know the people in my Intro to Honors Course, and making baby blankets with friends! Additionally, something I really like about Honors is that you can help put on a wide variety of programs, get involved, and make friends super easily! If you have any questions, feel free to come find me and I will be happy to help!"
Timothy Edwards Vice-Chairperson
"Hello! My name is Tim Edwards, and I am a math junior major here at Gannon. The Gannon Honors program has given me the opportunity to meet so many other talented students and be a part of many rich discussions. This program has helped me to develop as an academic and a leader, and it has helped me to branch out and find other people with common interests at Gannon and in the Erie community."
Abigail Palotas Chairperson
"The Honors Program offered opportunities for me to connect with other students, faculty, and the Erie community as soon as I arrived at Gannon. Through Honors committees and courses, as well as service and leadership opportunities, I have become a better communicator and more globally aware and confident individual. The Honors Program has been an essential part of my overall incredible experience at Gannon."
Franklin Castro Espinosa
“What I like about honors is all the opportunities it offers to grow as a student and as a professional. Thanks to the honors program, I was able to learn more about the Gannon campus and all the things it has to offer.”