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Honors Program



What is the Honors Program?

The Honors Program at Riverland Community College offers enhanced learning opportunities and activities to students who demonstrate academic excellence and a high level of interest and initiative. The Honors Program consists of 12 honors credits plus a three credit Honors Leadership Development course.

Riverland Honor Students Benefit From: 

  • Small Class Sizes (Limited to 24)
  • Increased opportunities for intellectual challenges and growth
  • Opportunity to work with other highly motivated students.
  • Designation of Honors after each Honors section on college transcript indicates academic rigor to potential employers, transfer institutions, and/or scholarship committees.
  • Regalia at graduation from Riverland (pending)
  • Partnership transfer programs with state universities (pending)
  • Attendance at Gustavus Adolphus' Nobel Conference during the fall semester

Honor Courses Available

Fall Semester 2019
  • HUMA1000 Honors Leadership Development (Goals 2, 6)
  • ENGL 1102 Honors Composition I (Goals 1,2)
  • CHEM 1210 Honors General Chemistry  (Goals 3,10)
  • SPCH 1110 Honors Fundamentals of Speech (Goals 1, 2)
Spring 2020
  • PSCI 1015 Honors American Government (Goals 5,9)
  • ENGL 1107 Honors Composition II (Goals 5,9)

 Eligibility

To register for Honors courses, you must have one of the following: 
  • Reading Accuplacer score of 100 or more, or
  • Reading ACT Score of 26 or more, or
  • Permission from the Honors Program Coordinator, based on faculty recommendation and a cumulative 3.5 GPA or higher.

 

Honors Program Requirements:
  • 12 credits of Honors courses, and
  • HUMA1000 Honors Leadership Development, and
  • 3.5 cumulative GPA 

Last Updated: July 18, 2018