Honors RAP Advantages
Academically, Honors RAP students are provided with the advantages of a small liberal arts college experience - small seminar-style classes, close contact with faculty and other students, a strong supportive community - within the resources and diversity of a large, world-class state research university. Honors RAP thus assists and supports its students in navigating the university while developing their own intellectual curiosity and skills, plus a lifelong love of learning.
With its growing population of returning students, Honors RAP also offers its students the opportunity for leadership within their own living-learning community. Honors RAP student leaders serve as mentors for first year students, work closely with Honors RAP Directors, develop their own leadership skills, choose and implement extra-curricular activities, and serve as residence hall staff.
The Honors RAP Mission
The Honors Residential Academic Program (Honors RAP) is a residential community designed to provide academically prepared and highly motivated undergraduate students with a challenging and supportive living-learning context. Through its classes and its extra-curricular activities, Honors RAP seeks to integrate the diverse disciplines of the College of Arts and Sciences with the opportunities and challenges of real world experiences. In short, we aspire to offer the best educational experience possible to qualified CU undergraduates.
Honors RAP Requirements
In order to successfully fulfill the Mission of the Honors Residential Academic Program, we ask that each Honors RAP student commit to:
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