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Faculty can participate in the honors program by teaching a course or serving on the Honors Council. For more information, see the tabs below.


 Honors Council


The Honors Program Council will coordinate the TCC Honors Program. It will coordinate initiatives and activities related to honors program recruitment, credentials, courses, and curriculum, grants, scholarships, student advising, student leadershiop opportunities, and support for ​students as they transition to their next level of education or the worforce.

Members serve two year terms with half the members rotating each year. Members may apply for repeat terms, but will not have priority over new applicants.

Current members include:

Robert Fleischman (Faculty Coordinator)

Wilbert Butler (SM faculty)

David Proctor (HSS faculty)

Gideon Nnaji (TPP faculty)
Helene Gold (Library)
Jen Robinson (CH faculty)
Jon Berryman (HCP faculty)
Joseph Hurd (Academic Support)
Meghan Martinez (Student Success and Retention)


For more information about the Honors Council, go to the Honors Council portal site.


 Honors Faculty


To teach honors courses, please contact your Dean and the Honors Program Faculty Coordinator.

To propose a new honors module, please fill out this proposal form and contact your Dean as well as the Honors Program Faculty Coordinator.

Contact Information

For more information contact the Honors Program office by phone (850) 201-8358 or e-mail

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