The Commonwealth Honors Program
Commonwealth Honors Program Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Commonwealth Honors Program to motivate academically talented students to develop their fullest potential and foster an environment that nurtures their intellectual engagement, curiosity, humane citizenry, and community responsibility. Specialized honors seminars and courses offer students alternative learning opportunities designed to enhance their undergraduate experience by concentrating on the development of critical thinking, individual research, verbal presentation, and interpretive analysis skills.
The Commonwealth Honors Program at Middlesex offers an exciting and challenging opportunity for students to learn at a more advanced level. The Honors Program provides a place for you to work with like-minded students where you participate in seminar style classes, exchange insights and ideas with students and professors, participate in extra-curricular activities, and master research techniques and in-class presentations.
What you learn will add value to your future goals and enhance your ability for transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
Honors Program Staff:
David M. Kalivas, Ph.D.
Professor of History
Enrollment Center, Building 9-110
Honors Office - Enrollment Center - Building 9-107D