The University Honors Program : An Example Of A Scholar Citizen

831 Words Feb 23rd, 2016 4 Pages
I wish to be in the UNCC University Honors Program because I want to obtain the most intelligence out of my college experience. I wish to insert myself into an environment where I will be encompassed by students who desire to be the best at what they do. As an honors student at UNCC I will thoroughly demonstrate the actions of a scholar-citizen by living by the tradition of service, leadership, and community engagement, while also bettering myself through education and contributing back to the University Honors Program by supporting my peers. If selected, I will entirely invest and dedicate myself to being an example of a scholar-citizen, and, as a way of giving thanks for providing me with the chance to accomplish my goals in the most honorable way possible, I will spend every day as a student of UNCC with the tradition of service, leadership, and community engagement on my mind. My definition of the term scholar-citizen consists of a student who is willing to be the best that UNCC has to offer. A scholar-citizen is one that fulfills the position of a role model for other students, and who takes advantage of the resources provided by the university. It is the responsibility of a scholar-citizen to also uphold the University Honors Program traditions. As a scholar-citizen, I will serve by giving my all in the classroom. It is my responsibility to excel in the classroom in order to be successful in my future career field. Therefore, my demonstrations of service within the…

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