Resources for Our High School Colleagues

Although some of the information on this page can be found also under "For Prospective Honors Students," we try here to collect those items that will be most helpful to everyone seeking to help high-school students go in the best possible direction when they take their next educational steps.

A Letter to High School Faculty

"We know that your students will have many options when they're decising where to start their undergraduate careers. If you talk with them about their plans, we hope you'll share with them some information they may not know. . . ."

Honors Transfer Agreements:
A Guide for High School Counselors

This PDF contains the web addresses for information about UCLA TAP and our UC Irvine Honors-to-Honrs agreements as well as a summary of all our transfer agreements that come with our membership in the Honors Transfer Council of California.
Updated 11/03/2014
This document is being updated in July 2015 to reflect recent revisions in agreements.


Honors in College: Something Different

The Saddleback College Honors Program is a member of the National Collegiate Honors Council. The links below go to NCHC pages that define "Honors" across the many institutions involved in Honors education. 

Honors at Saddleback: Something Special

By structuring rigorous elective courses around a strong core, involving students as managers in their own transfer projects, encouraging their participation in civic service, and offering them opportunities to participate in undergraduate research symposia, the Saddleback College Honors Program seeks to develop in their students a high level of content mastery, critical thinking, communication skills, integrity, and project management.  

Three Paths to Completion: Completing the Honors Program Based on English Skills at Entry

Three Honors Program Completion Options