NWACC Honors Program
Engage. Commit. Transform.
The NWACC Honors Program offers a curriculum of small, challenging classes led by instructors who are engaging and committed to transforming your ideas of undergraduate education. Many classes offer seminar-style discussions, learning through experience and service, and opportunities for rethinking traditional approaches to coursework.
The program strives to offer students a feeling of community as they take classes, study, and work side by side on class and service projects. Program members have access to a study lounge in Burns Hall and are eligible to apply for annual, member-only scholarships.
Honors Program students become some of the most engaged, connected, and successful students on campus; they are future nurses and history professors, scientists and English teachers, PhD's and business leaders. Contact the Honors Program at email@example.com.
Fall 2015 Honors Courses:
| Class || Description || Days || Time || Room |
|ENGL 1013H||Composition I (Jones)||Mon/Wed||9:00-10:15||BH 2239|
|ENGL 2213H||Survey of World Lit to 1650 (Chesne)||Mon/Wed||10:30-11:45||BH 2239|
|PLSC 2003H||American National Government (Evans)||Mon/Wed||12:00-1:15||BH 2239|
|HIST 2003H||Hist of American People to 1877 (Vinzant)||Mon/Wed||1:30-2:45||BH 2239|
|ENGL 1013H||Composition I (Jackson)||Tue/Thu||9:00-10:15||BH 2239|
|BIOL 1544H||Principles of Biology I (Turner)||Tue/Thu||9:00-11:50||BH 1326|
|HIST 1033H||World Civilization to 1500 (Gallo)||Tue/Thu||10:30-11:45||BH 2239|
|PSYC 2003H||General Psychology (Slavik)||Tue/Thu||10:30-11:45||NCPTC 1010|
|ENGL 1013H||Composition I (Hutton)||Tue/Thu||12:00-1:15||BH 2239|
|PHIL 2003H||Introduction to Philosophy (Herrnstein)||Tue/Thu||1:30-2:45||BH 2239|
|HUMN 2003H||Intro to Gender Studies (Bolinder)||Fri||9:00-11:45||BH 2239|
Note: If you are a student who is already well into your program of study or are in a program with strict course requirements and are unable to fulfill Honors Program requirements, you may still enroll in Honors courses. Students who have a 3.5 GPA or who scored a 90 or higher in the reading portion of the COMPASS are encouraged to enroll in Honors courses. Students who do not meet the above criteria, but excel in a particular subject area are encouraged to sign up for a course within that area.