Gordon College offers several programs seeking to advance the development of undergraduate scholars eager to connect their growing Christian faith with the knowledge and practices of their academic disciplines. In addition, the College offers numerous honors experiences, programs, and coursework to enrich learning in and beyond the classroom.
The A. J. Gordon Fellows Program
The A. J. Gordon Fellows Program seeks to advance undergraduate scholarship and leadership for a select group of ambitious students eager to apply their God-given talents and gifts to a world in need of hope. Drawing from the rich heritage of Rev. Adoniram Judson Gordon and the ongoing innovations of Gordon College, we cultivate a cohort-based program including one-on-one coaching, small-group peer learning experiences, and a focus on personal scholarship and independent learning options. Learn more about the A. J. Gordon Fellows Program.
The Clarendon Scholars Program
The Clarendon Scholars are 10 diverse students selected to attend college together as a team in each year's incoming class. Through peer support, mentoring relationships, and leadership training, scholars are equipped to succeed in all areas of their college experience, while nurturing their vision for service in the city. Learn more about the Clarendon Scholars qualifications here. The Claredon Scholars program is administered through the Center for Student Development.
Other programs and honors options
Kenneth L. Pike Honors program offers top students the opportunity to extend their undergraduate study through development of an individualized, creative, rigorous interdisciplinary academic major, or to complete an existing Gordon College Major or Minor in a unique way.
The Jerusalem and Athens Forum is an interdisciplinary honors program focused on the relationships between faith and intellect and their roles in deepening a student's vocation and their capacities for intellectual and moral leadership through the study of classic and contemporary literature, history and philosophy.
The Elijah Project is an innovative multi-dimensional honors program which seeks to call students to reflection and action in discerning their response to the needs of the world and the call of God in their lives. Students take seminar courses, live in residence together, and fulfil a summer internship opportunity.
Global Education at Gordon College offers a full roster of Gordon-sponsored and Gordon-partnered study away options for students seeking to extend their learning as near as Boston or around the world.
Academic Majors and Minors, including Departmental Honors options are offered in 20 of Gordon's 38 majors. Find more about Departmental Honors through each academic program's webpage, following the link above.