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Wheeling Jesuit University

The Stephen J Laut, S.J., Honors Program is inteneded for students with a record of exceptional academic achievement and the desire to participate in a program of greater academic challenge.  The aim of the program is to give talented and motivated students the encouragement for intellectual exploration in the company of fellow Laut Scholars.  The role is to introduce students to aspects of the arts and sciences that are not available in the regular curriculum.  All students who participate in the Laut Competitive Scholarship are automatically asked to seek admissions in the Honors Program.  Interested first year students who did not participate in the Competitive Scholarship, but who have a 3.4 gpa, and 1100 SAT or 25 ACT are also welcomed to submit an application.  At the end of the first year, Laut Scholars must have a minimum of a 3.3 and submit an application to join the Laut Honors Program.  Students with at least a 3.0 may petition to participate in the program on probation.  Interested sophomore students who were not part of the first-year Laut program but who at the end of their freshmen year have earned a 3.3 may also apply to join the program.  All applicatoins are due in the beginning of the second year and are available from the program director. 

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