WHAT IS THE HONORS PROGRAM? The mission of the Prince George’s Community College Honors Program is to promote the intellectual growth and enrichment of academically outstanding students. The program offers a curriculum that challenges and stimulates students through special Honors courses. Members of the college’s Honors Program are provided with many unique opportunities. Some of the benefits include: Stimulating classes that provide challenging course work and exciting class discussions. The designation of Honors courses on students' transcripts. Citation in Honors designations for eligible students. Awards to outstanding students. A Blackboard site for Honors Program activities and student achievements. Co-curricular activities sponsored by the Honors Society. Membership in Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society for eligible students. The opportunity to meet, work, and socialize with other Honors students. Advising A student may be admitted to the Honors Program based on his or her scores on the college’s placement examination as well as high school or college grade point average. Admission is open to full-time and part-time students. New members are accepted throughout the year. Students with a 3.0 cumulative grade-point average should strongly consider applying. Honors Program Application - Apply Today! REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTINUING IN THE HONORS PROGRAM 1. Maintain a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA; 2. Take at least two honors courses by the time of graduation; 3. Abide by the college-wide Student Code of Conduct; 4. Abide the college-wide policy of Academic Integrity; 5. Abide by the Honors Student Center Rules of Use agreement; 6. Inform the Honors Program office staff of any changes in contact information; 7. Serve as student role model of academic excellence at the college. Also seethe Honors Code of Academic Conduct.