Atlantic Cape Community College’s new Honors Program is geared toward students who excel academically and want to work more intensely in a small class environment. The priority deadline is June 15 for students interested in applying to the program for the fall 2016 semester at Atlantic Cape.
Honors courses offer high-achieving students the opportunity to participate in engaging and creative learning environments that extend beyond those of the regular classroom, at no additional cost.
The Honors curriculum includes special sections of general education courses as well as specialized transfer courses. The Honors Program prepares students to transfer to competitive four-year colleges and universities. Benefits include:
- Small class size
- Full-time faculty who are experts in their field
- Opportunity to enroll in two of Atlantic Cape’s national honor societies: Phi Theta Kappa and Sigma Kappa Delta
- Resume builders for scholarships, transfer and career
- Honors designation on transcript
- Honors luncheon hosted by Rutgers University
Honors classes this fall will include Honors ENGL101 Composition I; Honors SOCL101 Principles of Sociology; Honors COMM120 Public Speaking; Honors MATH 220 Statistical Methods; and Honors BUSN 220 Principles of Management.
For more information on the Honors Program or to apply, visit www.atlantic.edu/honors.