Honors Colloquium Courses
Honors colloquium courses are special interdisciplinary classes designed to bring Honors Program students together to explore topics or themes that allow students the opportunity to integrate the knowledge obtained from Honors courses. Current colloquia include the following emphases: Science, Humanities, Business/Economics, Social Science, Phi Theta Kappa Study Topics, and Leadership Development.
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is the international honors society for two-year colleges. The organization stresses scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service. The national organization supports local chapters and develops an annual study topic. Renowned scholars prepare the course outline and study topic materials.
Alpha Gamma Sigma
Alpha Gamma Sigma is the California community colleges honors society. The purposes of AGS are to promote scholastic excellence and cultivate civic responsibility. Applications are available in the Honors Program office or click here for an application: ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA APPLICATION.
Special Honors Recognition
With successful completion of the Honors program, the Honors student has the right to wear Honors regalia at commencement, if graduating with an Associate Degree. Whether graduating or successfully transferring without attending graduation, the Honors student will be awarded the Certificate of Honors and the investiture of regalia at the Annual Honors Recognition Ceremony.