• “But How Can Honors Help Me in __ Years?”

    Incoming students to Merrimack College’s Honors Program can oftentimes be overwhelmed with the “What Honors Can Offer You” spiel, losing sight in the “right now” perks of the program. Yet, Merrimack Honors is more than the Honors Commons, or the suite-style dorm rooms; it spans further into interconnected webs of alumni, family, students, and faculty. Sure, Merrimack Honors can completely change your college experience, but where do Honors students end up in 5, 10, 15 years?

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  • Doing Good From Afar - MC Honors Alumna Alexa Emma on Peace Corps During A Pandemic

    We’ve seen how strong our current students stand in the face of adversity, but what becomes of a Merrimack College Honors Alumni when he or she graduates from campus? If you take a look through the eyes of Merrimack Graduate Alexa Emma, service and community are still at the core of her life after Merrimack.

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  • Door to Door Delivery - A Labor of Love from MCHonors

    Alyssa Casey, a junior studying corporate finance and investments and marketing, and current Honors Student, created a business to give back to her community right from her front door.

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  • Students Complete Internship at MIT Observatories

    Honors students Vince Skelton ’20 and Spencer Eckert ’20 completed internships working on the Auroral Emissions Radio Observer with award-winning scientists at MIT observatories.

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  • Peace Corps Volunteer: Fiona Coleman ’14

    Fiona Coleman, class of 2014, is currently working in the Peace Corps in the village of Samfya, Luapula Province in Zambia.

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