The Baldwin Honors Program was created specifically for academically strong students. It emphasizes scholarship, leadership, and global citizenship. The program culminates in a full-year, senior thesis experience.

Highlights of the Program:

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Eliza Mauhs-Pugh (Baldwin C’14) on scholarship to Morocco


  • Fall Honors Colloquium –  Fall 2013 topic: “What are the Liberal Arts & how do you know?”
  • Honors Seminars, Honors Tutorials, and Honors-Across-the-Curriculum
  • Competitive Grants to support Independent Research throughout the academic year and summer
  • Honors Thesis or Senior Project


Tim Anders (Baldwin C’14) with Senator Corey Booker
  • Opportunity to meet visiting dignitaries
  • Scholars Advisory Committee to help shape the Honors Program
  • Junior-year Initiative

    Global Citizenship

  • Competitive Grants to support Independent Research and Study Abroad
  • Free cultural events in all four years at places such as Lincoln Center, The Shakespeare Theatre, and museums in New York and Washington, D.C.