The CT State Community College Honors Program provides students with academic enrichment to their associate degree program.
The CT State Community College Honors Program provides students with academic enrichment to their associate degree program. Throughout the cohort-based program, Honors students hone the leadership, academic, and professional skills necessary for transfer and future academic and career success. Honors students receive better teacher-student ratio, faculty mentoring, special programming, independent study opportunities, and early entrance into the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. The Honors Program is flexible to fit with most degree programs and students can use Honors Program courses to fulfill General Education requirements. CT State students have the option of completing a two-year program or a 1.5-year program.
Throughout the Honors coursework, students also receive special advisement on transfer, and as a result, graduates and transfers from the Honors Program receive acceptance to and scholarship money from competitive schools.
Honors programs are in development at the following campuses. You may contact the coordinator for additional information:
Students from any campus can apply to the Honors Program on any campus and can apply to take honors courses on any campus. However, some Honors Program requirements on a given campus can only be fulfilled in-person on that campus.