Chaffey Symposium and Honors Transfer Council of California UCI Conference Proposal Form
The Honors Program provides an intellectual and cultural community for all capable and motivated students at Chaffey College. This is accomplished through providing smaller classes, creative and challenging coursework, academic enrichment activities, and scholarships. Students also have opportunities for presentations at scholarly conferences, building social responsibility in community service, and ongoing personalized academic advisement and support during the transfer process. Chaffey College is a participating member in the National Collegiate Honors Council, the Western Regional Honors Council, and the Honors Transfer Council of California.
Intellectually challenging curriculum
Small classes that encourage creative interaction
Dynamic professors interested in enriching students academic experience
Participation in local, state, and national research conferences
Opportunities to publish original work in honors journals
University library access and invitations to special events
Scholarships and internships available upon application and verification of honors program status
Distinctive transcript notations indicating the honors course and grade
Certificate of completion of the honors program and acknowledgment at a special graduation ceremony
Honors transfer agreements with designated universities guaranteeing priority consideration or acceptance
All students graduating from the Honors Program must fill out an exit survey. The survey consists of seventeen questions. Your performance on the survey will never be matched to your name or I.D. number, but please try to answer each question as best as you can. Click here to take the survey.
Honors Program Staff