Honors


Screen-Shot-2013-03-26-at-3-41-41-PMThe Honors Program of Wayne Community College focuses on learning, leadership, and service as integral components of a well-rounded education.

  • Meet other highly motivated students
  • Network in the college and the community
  • Build your resume with highly sought-after qualities and experiences
  • Earn scholarships to help pay for your education

How to apply:

The Honors Program is for all eligible students enrolled in Associate in Arts or Associate in Science programs.

If you are a current college student with a 3.5 GPA12 Credit Hours (completed at college level) you are eligible for the Honors Program. If you are a recent high school graduate with a 3.5 GPA (unweighted) you are also eligible.

1) Complete the application. You may apply here online, or meet with the program coordinator to apply in person.
2) Submit one letter of recommendation from a past or current college instructor or high school teacher/counselor and send to wcc-honors@waynecc.edu.

All students must maintain a 3.2 GPA to remain in the Honors Program.

Applications can be submitted at any time throughout the academic year. However to ensure that your application is processed before registration begins, it is recommended that you submit by the following deadlines:

  • October 31, 2019 for spring priority registration (current WCC students)
  • January 2, 2020 for spring open registration (new students)

Honors Program students will earn:

  • Honors Certificate (after 12 hours @ Honors level)
  • Notation on transcript
  • Medallion

Honors Program students will enjoy:

  • Smaller class sizes
  • Field experiences
  • Service Learning opportunities
  • Personalized learning experiences

Honors Program Application
Honors Program Exit Survey

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For more information, email us at wcc-honors@waynecc.edu or contact the representative below.

Contacts


Angela Lynn Swafford

Biology Instructor

Science

919 739 6857

alswafford@waynecc.edu

WLC 239

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