Honors Program

Special Workshop for Incoming Students: The Community College and Honors Path to Transfer

Thursday, June 17 at 3:00 - 4:30 PM

 

Interested in trying just one Honors class?
Go ahead and register!
No application is necessary.

What are Honors classes like? 
How are they different? 
What makes them "Honors"?

See the Honors Classes page for information, FAQs, and myth-busting;
then see our Honors Class Schedules for Summer and Fall

 

The Saddleback College Honors Program is an interdisciplinary effort to develop exceptional talent, ability, and scholarship in highly motivated students of all backgrounds in all majors. 

Saddleback College and the Honors Program welcome all students. We proudly serve students of all religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations, nationalities, gender identities, disability statuses, and economic backgrounds.

Apply Now!
The list of information and documents you will need for the application is at
Application Requirements.

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Zoom into the Office: Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday 1:00 PM - 2:00.


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Zoom visit with the Program Chair: Tuesday & Thursday 12:30 PM - 1:30
Note: Office Hours not available June 22 or 24. Please contact the main office.

We're Open for Summer!

These UC-transferable Summer classes are open to all. No application necessary!

  • ENG 1BH - Honors Principles of Composition II
    Focuses on critical thinking and academic-style analytical and argumentative essays, concentrating on the research paper. 
    Ticket# 10285 - Online, no required meetings - IGETC Area 1B
    Meet Professor Hedgecock: https://www.saddleback.edu/jhedgecock 
    Jennifer Hedgecock at Stonehenge

  • GEOG 2H - Honors Cultural Geography
    Introduction to social and political elements of geography and a survey of major culture patterns. 
    Ticket# 11830 - Meets online TTh 8:00AM - 10:50 - IGETC Area 4
    Meet Professor Larson: https://www.saddleback.edu/glarson
    Professor Gary Larson Not Surfing At The Moment
     
  • LIB 2H - Honors Advanced Information Competency: Online Searching
    Advanced online research skills with special attention to efficient use of library catalogs, periodical databases, collections of peer-reviewed journals, statistical databases, and primary sources. 
    Ticket# 14720
    Online, no required meetings
     

 


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Videos we hope you'll find helpful on your college journey:


 

From the Honors Student Council:

From the Learning Resource Center:


From Phi Theta Kappa, the international two-year college honor society: