“The Honors Program is the perfect balance of a challenging yet rewarding education. There’s a lot to learn and a lot more to love.” — Vanessa Camille ’22  

“Being a part of the Honors Program coming into my first year of college was an indispensable marker as I made the assimilation into campus life, providing me with access to like-minded peers—many of which I would soon call like-minded friends. It is for this very reason that I believe the Honors Program and its students are so successful: the Honors Program at King’s is designed to be as equally enriching academically as it is collaboratively and socially.” — Michael Ecker ’22 

“The people at King’s care about each other’s success. When someone is a part of your community you want to help them as if you needed that help.” — Olivia Ostrowski ’21  

"Honors Lounge activities like the movie nights and game nights, as well as the trips to New York City and Boston have been a good mix of educational and personal exploration. I can honestly say that some of my best friends here at King's are the students I met in my Honors classes and at Honors Program events.” — Giancarlo Dilonardo ’12 

"Throughout my four years, I have had countless opportunities to develop my leadership and analytical thinking skills through the Honors Program.  These attributes were key factors in securing my job as an internal auditor for Campbell's Soup. In addition, there were a wide variety of social events that managed to be both engaging and educational. I'll always look back on the activities such as trivia nights and community service projects with fond memories." — Rachel Hoffnagle ’11 

"Throughout my experience at King's, the Honors Program has taught me to challenge myself. In the beginning, I was very hesitant to stay in the Honors Program because the stress of college started to become overwhelming. However, it was one of the best decisions I have ever made, and it is extremely rewarding. I have met some of my closest friends in the honors courses and I have many memories attached with the program." — Cara Verazin ’11