What is the nature of our Honors Program?
Honors is an open-access program. Students self-identify by earning at least a B in ENGL& 101. Once they meet the established criteria they will fill out a brief application form and will be automatically accepted into the program.
View the map that shows the pathway to leaving EvCC as an Honors Program graduate.
- To enhance the probability of successful student transfer after a completion of the transfer degree
- To instill confidence and pride in academic success
- To facilitate skills necessary for academic success
- To build an academic community, assuring retention and sense of connection to the campus
- To foster intellectual curiosity and the love of learning
- To promote active learning, critical thinking, and information literacy
- To create a laboratory for curriculum and instructor development
How can faculty get involved?
Participation is voluntary. All faculty, whether full-time or associate, are invited.
There are 3 types of courses:
- Honors 'HN' section = An Honors section of an existing, high-enrollment transfer-level course - Download the Honors Section Application
- Honors Contract = Any transfer-level course can be taken for Honors credit by arrangement between a student and an instructor - Download the Honors Class Contract
- Honors Capstone Project = A directed independent study - Download the Capstone Project Contract
Honors Sections Applications
- BUS& 101: Introduction to Business
- CMST& 220: Public Speaking
- ENGL& 102D: English Composition II
- MATH& 146: Introduction to Statistics
- SPAN& 121: Spanish I
- ART 222: Western Art History 18th-19th Century, 2012
- BIOL&100: Survey of Biology, 2013
- HUM 247D: Introduction to World Religions, 2013
- MATH& 151: Calculus I, 2013
- PSYC& 100: General Psychology, 2013
- SPAN 121: Spanish I, 2014
Is there any extra compensation?
There is a modest sum set aside for faculty involvement in Honors Contracts and Honors Capstone Projects. HN-section instructors receive no extra compensation.