Current Students

Current John Carroll students should apply directly to the Honors Program. To be considered, applicants must first schedule a meeting with Dr. Angela Jones, Honors Program Director, by emailing a request to Criteria for selection will be based on their academic record at John Carroll, including their GPA (a 3.50 is required at the time of application), and a faculty recommendation (a form will be supplied to each applicant). Applicants must also submit a copy of their transcript.

New Students

The Honors Program seeks to recruit high-achieving learners to a community where they may cultivate intellectual curiosity, engage actively in their learning, strengthen their communication skills, and serve as academic leaders of the University. Typically, incoming Honors students have earned an A or A- average in a strong college preparatory curriculum and scores of 650 on subcomponents of the old SAT or 29 on subcomponents of the ACT, and have demonstrated strong writing skills and engagement in cultural and service activities.

Incoming students with outstanding qualifications will be invited to apply to the Honors Program after their completed applications have been received by the Office of Admission. Other students may also apply directly to the Honors Program. The Office of Admission will supply credentials to the Honors Committee for applicants on an as-needed basis (academic records, test scores, letters of recommendation, writing samples).

The Honors Program application deadline has passed for the incoming Class of 2022. Please watch this space in the Fall of 2018 for application information for members of the Class of 2023.

Transfer Students

If you are a transfer student from another college or university and wish to explore admission to the Honors Program, please complete the Transfer Student application on the Forms page. (Note: This is only for transfer students who are 1 year or more out of high school. If you are a high school senior or recent graduate who is attending post-secondary or summer courses at a college or university, please follow the New Student process outlined above).

Revised 3.13.2018