The Honors Program at Keystone benefits students of intellectual promise and high motivation who seek increasing challenge at the undergraduate level. The program is designed to recognize and encourage academic excellence, to stimulate students to work at their own pace, and to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information among students with different interests and in different disciplines. The Honors Program provides co-curricular activities, service opportunities, and intellectual and social support, adding significant dimensions to the student's academic program.
The Honors Program places students in a challenging yet supportive environment within which students can develop their critical and creative thinking skills and find ways to use these skills to make a difference in the larger community.
Dr. David Elliott and Susan Constantine are co-directors of the program. They teach the honors English sections, as well as, serve as advisors for students' participating in the program.