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TCC Honors Program


The TCC Honors Program offers advanced educational opportunities to highly motivated students to experience a learning environment with a special emphasis  on personal and academic success. The program offers a variety of Honors classes across a range of subjects and concentrations. Classes are usually limited to 20 students, providing for greater student-faculty interaction and collaborative learning. Faculty members facilitate the development of critical thinking and academic independence by fostering learning communities where student engagement leads to future success.

Benefits of the Program

  • Smaller classes and honors modules offering innovative learning environments
  • Interaction with highly motivated students and faculty
  • Interdisciplinary seminars and leadership training
  • Scholarship opportunities
  • Early registration with personalized advising
  • Access to the Honors Lounge with study facilities
  • Study Abroad and travel opportunities
  • Recognition on diploma and transcripts
Contact Information

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

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