Horace Mann Bond Honors Program
Dr. F. Carl Walton, Director
From the Director’s Desk
The staff and students of the Horace Mann Bond Honors Program are excited as we enter a new era of excellence. The 2007-08 academic year begins with the official naming of the program in honor of the first Black President of Lincoln University.
Dr. Horace Mann Bond, Class of 1923, served as Lincoln University President from 1945 to 1957. He, along with countless other alumni, represent the kind of accomplishment that Honors Program students are challenged to strive towards.
The curriculum is designed to support the depth of knowledge that students gain in their specific discipline while providing an opportunity for them to experience broader liberal arts and science offerings through interdisciplinary seminars. These courses, along with the language requirement, facilitate our ability to create a well-rounded young scholar.
We continue to uphold the Lincoln University tradition of excellence by offering enriching opportunities for students that will provide them with intellectual growth through research, cultural enrichment and community service. As a result, Honors Program students will become successful graduate and professional school students and productive professionals.
In the Spirit of Excellence,
F. Carl Walton, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science
and Director of the Horace Mann Bond Honors Program
University of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
1570 Baltimore Pike, P.O. Box
179, Lincoln University, PA 19352 \ (484) 365-8000