For fifty years Gonzaga University has offered intellectually gifted and highly motivated students a stimulating broad-based curriculum that engages the whole person. In addition to a number of small seminars across the liberal arts, the program seeks to mature students psychologically, socially and spiritually through the informal setting of Hopkins house, where students can study together, watch movies, cook meals or simply hang out between classes. Furthermore, the program offers weekend getaways, service learning opportunities and annual colloquia that focus on personal appropriation through critical reflection on various dimensions of contemporary life. Study abroad opportunities in the junior year serve to further broaden student's horizons by exposing them to diverse foreign cultures and to the wider emergent global society. In short the Honors Program offers gifted students the opportunity to discover their world and learn their individual calling within it.