Business Honors Learning Community

BHLC students

The Business Honors Learning Community (BHLC) is a collaborative experience shared by a select group of 25-30 honors students. BHLC creates a unique bond among first-year Fisher Honors students.

Students share classes and obtain real-world business experience working with corporate and community service partners, which provides an effective way to develop leadership skills and connect with fellow honors students.

Benefits to Students

  • Build your professional acumen and leadership skills through exclusive programming and sponsor company lead workshops
  • Give back through service as a community group and an individual
  • Build a connection to Fisher through a BHLC Mentor, BHLC coordinator and Alumni company site visits.

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Apply Now! Deadline 4/15/21

Additional Info

  • Eligibility & Requirements

    The Business Honors Learning Community is limited to twenty-five students. Students must first be admitted into University Honors. Selection criteria include leadership and community service experience as well as an essay response. Business Honors Learning Community students must commit to the learning objectives of the program and be active participants in all planned activities for the program.

    Students are required to live in Taylor Tower for the 2021-2022 academic year.

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  • Co-Curricular Experiences

    The Business Honors Learning Community will focus on helping students become successful Fisher College of Business students and citizens through academics, community service initiatives, and leadership.

Business Honors Learning Community Contact

For additional information about the Business Honors Learning Community , please contact:

Julianne Hensel, Business Honors Learning Community Coordinator
Undergraduate Programs Office
120 Schoenbaum Hall
210 W. Woodruff Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210