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 Contact Information
Honors Program Advisor:
Michael Nester
Email: MNester@middlesexcc.edu
 Contact Information
Honors Program Advisor:
Michael Nester
Email: MNester@middlesexcc.edu

Welcome to the Honors Program

logoThe mission of the Middlesex County College Honors Program is to promote and foster intellectual curiosity and creativity in a stimulating academic environment.

For more information about the specific requirements for the Honors Program, please click on the image located to the right.

Honors Program Meet & Greet

Early in the fall semester, the Honors Program will host a Meet & Greet. If you would like to learn more about the program and meet Honors students and professors, please click on the following link to find out more information about the event. 2015 Meet & Greet

Fall 2015 Courses

ENG 253H
BIO 106H
POS 225H
PSY 123H

Goals:

  1. Attract and retain a diverse group of self-motivated students with high academic and creative talent.
  2. Offer curricula that are innovative, interdisciplinary, and appropriate to advanced learners, with an emphasis on stimulating and participatory course work, experiential and service learning activities, and the effective use of primary sources for research.
  3. Incorporate co-curricular activities that broaden an appreciation for the arts and diverse cultures and points of view.
  4. Promote communication and intellectual exchanges between and among Honors Students and Faculty.
  5. Develop Honors Students with advanced communication, reasoning, problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  6. Nurture and develop the Honors Student’s holistic sense of self-awareness, social consciousness and involvement as a member of the world community.
  7. Encourage and facilitate the transfer of Honors Graduates into Honors Programs at appropriate senior colleges and universities.
  8. Promote Middlesex County College as an institution dedicated to quality scholarship, education and associated supportive activities, both within and without the campus.