The Honors College at Lone Star College
Honors College Chancellor's Fellows
A limited number of incoming freshmen will be admitted as Honors College Chancellor's Fellows. Recipients of this award will receive a full scholarship to pursue a course of study culminating in an Honors AA or AS degree.
Please note: Honors College Fellows applications are now being processed. Late applications will be considered on a space-availability basis. Additional scholarships for Fall 2019 are available, click here to apply. For more information, you may also contact your nearest Honors College campus or you may contact the System Honors College office at (281) 618-1149 or by email TheHonorsCollege@LoneStar.edu.
Applying for Spring 2019? New to LSC and Interested in Scholarships?
Fill out the Honors College Scholarship Application to apply to the Honors College for Spring 2019 and be considered for all of our scholarships:
Find Available Honors Classes
In the class search tool, click on Honors Sections under "Search only for classes with the attributes:" for a list of honors courses OR Add an "H" to any course prefix (HISTH or ENGLH for example) to find out if there’s an honors section available that fits your schedule.
The Path to Excellence Starts Here
The Honors College at Lone Star College offers a wide range of opportunities for honors students—from incoming freshman wanting to graduate with an Honors AA or Honors AS degree, to high-achieving students seeking to graduate with Honors distinction, to students interested in earning individual honors course credit.
The Honors College is designed to meet the needs of high-achieving students seeking to improve their college transcripts and transferability with challenging coursework provided across a broad range of disciplines. Our courses will engage and challenge students inside and outside the classroom through small classes and close interaction with dedicated faculty. Opportunities to enrich the total college experience while at The Honors College include travel, off-campus educational and cultural events, service learning opportunities, conferences and special seminars.
The Honors College
The Honors College at Lone Star College offers students the advantages of a small “college within a college,” while still providing access to the extensive benefits available through Lone Star College.
Honors classes provide a unique intellectual and co-curricular experience. Honors College students may earn honors academic course credit by enrolling in honors sections, as well as by working with a faculty member in small groups seminars or independent studies.
Students enrolled in The Honors College are eligible for graduation distinctions based on their honors credit hours taken. All honors courses will be appropriately designated on transcripts.
- Honors College Fellow Degree (AA/AS) – Students who complete a minimum of 6 honors credit hours per semester and a total of 27 hours of honors credit with an overall 3.25 GPA will receive the designation of Honors College Fellow Degree on their transcript
- Graduate with Honors in Research – Completion of 9 Honors credits, 3.50 GPA
- Graduate with High Honors in Research – Completion of 15 Honors credits, 3.50 GPA
- Graduate with Highest Honors in Research – Completion of 21 Honors credits, 3.50 GPA
- Honors Scholar – Completion of the Honors Scholar course (includes 25 hours of internship); 3.50 GPA. Note: The Honors Scholar course may only be attempted after successful completion of 9 honors credits OR after successful completion of 6 honors credits with concurrent enrollment in an additional 3 or more honors credits
- APPLY for the Honors College Chancellor's Fellows Award (Closed April 15th)
- The Honors College Scholarship Application
- Counselor/Teacher Chancellor's Honors College Fellow Nomination
- The Honors College Application
- Request More Information about The Honors College
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Contact & Campus Information
|Katharine Caruso, Ph.D.
Associate Vice Chancellor
Honors and International Education
Brian H. Kyser