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The Honors Program at Kutztown University holds its students to a high caliber of academic expectations. Students are expected to maintain a minimum of cumulative GPA (CGPA) of 3.25 and make their academics a priority as an undergraduate student. Honors students must satisfactorily (with a final grade of "B" or better) complete 21 credits of Honors coursework, which usually equates to 7 classes. A variety of classes are offered each semester and the average Honors student takes 1-2 classes per semester in order to reach their requirement in a timely manner. These courses have a maximum of 20 students so it is always a small-classroom environment with enthusiastic professors who can take a more in-depth approach to the material. 

The Honors program is a great place to combine your interests and your academics! 

Kariana Leinbach is completing her capstone project by creating a 3D model of a 65 +/- piece symphony orchestra through quilling. Quilling is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. Kariana is a music major and is graduating in May 2018.

  Kariana Leinbach with capstone project

quilled clarinet

 quilled symphony orchestra pieces

 quilled drums

quilling tools quilled flowers book