James Stillwaggon, PhD
Phone: (914) 633-2697
Fax: (914) 637-7763
Tues. & Thurs. 2:00 - 6:00 pm
Friday11:00 am - 2:00 pm
If you are a student in the Honors Program and wish to graduate either one semester or one year early, please review the following Early Graduation policy, and contact the Honors Program Director with any questions.
A student who is planning to graduate early must give the Honors Program Director
notice in writing by the due dates indicated below in order to graduate with honors.
Students Graduating One Semester Early
Students who plan to graduate one (1) semester early must notify the Honors Director in writing by the first day of classes their junior year. The student must then take the following classes:
In addition to meeting all the requirements for honors, the student must agree to the following:
Students Graduating One Year Early
Students who plan to graduate one (1) year early must notify the Honors Director in writing by the first day of classes their sophomore year. The student must then register for the following classes:
In addition to meeting all the requirements for honors, any student graduating one year early must present her/his thesis during the February Honors Thesis Day (Spring of their Junior/3rd/last year on campus).
Participants in the Honors Program enjoy significant privileges including:
• two tuition-free courses per academic year
• priority registration
• small class sizes
• career mentoring
"My sophomore year Humanities sequence changed the way I viewed the world, philosophy and art, and
stands as two of the best classes I have ever taken."
- Matthew Baker, Valedictorian, Class of 2011