Honors College

Home School Students

Home Schoolers Wanted!!

The Honors College is particularly interested in participation by home schoolers. Like a home-school setting, the Honors College provides a small and supportive environment for high-achieving and self-motivated students. A number of home-schooled students have been awarded the prestigious Buchanan Fellowships.

Home-schooled graduates of the Honors College include Taylor Barnes, MTSU's first Goldwater Scholar, who is now completing a Ph.D. at Cal Tech.

Current homeschoolers include:

Emilie Aslinger, who hopes to combine travel and work on behalf of others.

Whitney Davis, who hopes to work with foster children.

Chelsea Fleet, who is pursuing a theatre major and wants to perform for children.

Jonathan Herlen, who plans to become a scientist.

Lorel Holsinger, who hopes to work for the United Nations.

Brooke Morris, who is a Student Patrol Officer and hopes to become a clinical veterinarian.

Nick Myhre, as aerospace major who participates on the mock trial team and hopes to become an astronaut.

Anna Neal, who hopes to become a zoologist and work with large animals.

Katie Parker, who works with the literary magazine Collage and hopes to become a full-time writer.

Megan Rehnborg, a member of Raiders for Christ and the MTSU Chapter of International Justice Mission.

Alicia Washer, whose interests include music, art, writing, and working with animals.