The Overarching Goal of the Bryan College Honors Institute is to aid students in the formation process of a sublime life in the spiritual, intellectual, and moral realms.
The Bryan College Honors Institute enhances and customizes the students’ educational experience through a two-part specialized program: a core curriculum and track specializations.
Incoming Freshmen are invited to join the Honors Institute if they meet one of the following criteria:
Transfer students are invited to join the Honors Institute if they hold a cumulative GPA of at least 3.50
Students who do not join the Honors Institute as incoming freshmen may be considered at the end of their freshman year if they earn a 3.50 cumulative GPA.
If a student’s cumulative GPA falls below 3.5 at the completion of any semester, the student must meet one of the following two criteria to continue in the Honors Institute:
18 semester hours of Honors courses are required.
Students choose from one of six tracks:
Each semester there are certain events planned specifically for Honors Institute participants. The majority of these events are on campus and include both academically focused and socially focused events. Off-campus, extra-curricular field learning trips and experiences are also planned, including one major trip each semester.
Bryan College is a small, regionally accredited Christian liberal arts college located in Dayton, TN. With both on-campus and online programs, more than 50 areas of study are offered for Associate’s, Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctorate degrees, as well as professional certificates.
Founded in 1930, Bryan College has a rich legacy of educating students to become servants of Christ and make a difference in today’s world.