Cuyahoga Community College's Honors Program provides an academically enriching experience for highly motivated, intellectually talented students in order to develop their potential as learners, leaders, and citizens in a complex and culturally diverse world.
Tri-C’s Honors Program encourages students to be actively involved in their own learning. This academic program emphasizes scholarship, leadership, research, creativity, and critical thinking. The Honors Program Handbook provides a detailed explanation of the mission and goals of the program; qualifications for membership; requirements for active participation; as well as the benefits that engaged members can realize.
Honors Program Membership
Use the link below to apply for membership in the Honors Program. Be sure to read the instructions and notes before completing the application form. All applicants must submit a letter of recommendation unless applying for Special Consideration (see instructions).
Please read the Honors Program Application for Admission Instructions before completing the online application.
The Honors Program Fellowship
Are you an academically-talented student looking to start college in Fall 2015, if only you could find an exceptional learning environment AND full scholarship support? The Honors Program Fellowship could be your answer! Use the links below to learn more about, and apply for, the Fellowship.
Coordinated through the Honors Program, the number and variety of Honors courses at Tri-C grow each year. The current Honors curriculum covers many subject areas, and includes a number of offering options including regular classroom, Blended Learning, Honors independent study and Honors contracts. All Honors offerings are designated by an “H” at the end of the course number (for instance, ENG 101H, MATH 151H or PSY 201H). Any Tri-C student who meets the course prerequisite(s) may enroll in an Honors course; membership in the Honors Program is not required.
To search for Spring 2015 Honors classes, click on the document(s) below:
- Honors Spring 2015 - East
- Honors Spring 2015 - Metropolitan
- Honors Spring 2015 - West
- Honors Spring 2015 - Westshore-CCW
Then register through My Tri-C Space, or go to the Tri-C Course Search page for up-to-the-minute course information:
Honors Service and Activities
Honors Program members are expected to engage in service ("Improve my community") and activities ("Improve me"). Documented service and activities are required to qualify for the Graduate of the Honors Program credential; see the Honors Program Handbook for details. Print out the following forms and take them with you whenever you participate in Honors service or activities; turn them in to your Honors coordinator at the end of the semester.
Special scholarships are available to members of the Honors Program in good standing or conditional status. Honors Program scholarships are available each fall and spring semester and, if funds remain, the summer term. Honors scholarship funds are limited and applications are processed in order of date received. See the Honors Scholarship Application for complete instructions and eligibility requirements.
Students are encouraged to contact the Honors coordinator at their campus/site for information about the Honors Program.
Dr. Frank Zatko
Corporate College West
Dr. Jerome McKeever