LSCS-The Honors College - Tomball
Professor Ava Veselis
Director of The Honors College
To see what we have been up to and what is coming,
THE CHANCELLOR'S FELLOWS APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN!!
A limited number of incoming freshmen will be admitted as Chancellor's Honors College Fellows. Benefits in addition to those above include-
-Scholarship for up to 15 credit hours per semester of in-district tuition and fees
-Book allowance up to $600 per semester
-Stipend $600 per semester
-Upon successful completion of the two-year program of study, an Honors Associate Degree (AA or AS)
-An international trip (see picture below from Spring 2016 to Italy!)
Students graduating from the Honors College receive recognition for their achievements in a variety of different ways. Students who plan to graduate from the Honors College must complete an Application for Honors Graduation with the Honors Program coordinator. The Spring 2016 Honors College graduation deadline is March 1, 2016! Contact the Honors College office at 832-559-4214 for more information.
NEW SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE!
The Honors College is now offering two new scholarships. These will be applied to the cost (tuition and fees) of an Honors course. If you are interested, please complete an application and submit it via email or in person to the Honors College Office, S257.
Tomball Honors College New Student Scholarship for first time in the Honors College students.
The Honors College Directors Award for returning Honors students.
GCIC SPRING RETREAT
The Honors College offers select students a unique academic and co-curricular experience. Among the many benefits are -
-Small, interactive classes
-Dedicated Honors faculty
-Honors designation on your transcript
-Opportunity to earn Honors graduation distinctions
-Opportunities to participate in local and regional conferences
HONORS STUDENTS IN THE NEWS
To qualify for admission to The Honors College, a student must have at least one of the following - a high school GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, or a college GPA of at least 3.25 and at least nine credit hours. Standardized test scores may also be considered. For additional information, contact the Honors College office or the Honors Director.
Faculty...have you been thinking about offering Honors credit in the courses you teach? Do you have a great idea for a new course that you are teaching that might be perfect for Honors students? The Honors College is always looking for enthusiastic instructors to teach our courses or offer Honors Contracts.