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HONOR 100 - Honors Seminar

2 Credits
Honors students receive personal academic counseling while researching 4-year colleges/universities and writing personal statements and scholarship responses to form a portfolio for use in addmition to and scholarships for four-year institutions.

Pre-requisite(s) Cumulative GPA 3.2 and completion of 12 college-level credits
Course Note For Honors Program student with min GPA of 3.2. Course may be repeated.

Quarters Typically Offered

Fall Day, Online
Winter Day, Online
Spring Day, Online

Designed to Serve

General: Highline students planning to transfer to a four-year college/university

Specific: Highline students completing the requirements for the Honors Program Transfer (AA/AS) pathway.
Active Date 20190709T10:50:47

Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 20
Contact Hours: Lecture 22
Total Contact Hours 22
Degree Distributions:

  • Humanities Area I

Course Outline

  • research college/university and program/major admissions requirements

  • write personal statements for college/university and program/major admissions

  • explore financial aid options for funding higher education

Student Learning Outcomes
Identify transfer pathways and scholarship opportunities related to achieving their individual academic/professional goals

Synthesize personal, academic, and/or professional experiences in audience- and genre-appropriate responses to admissions and scholarship prompts

Practice networking related to seeking academic advice, requesting letters of recommendation, and taking advantage of other academic/professional opportunities

Collaborate with fellow students during the research and writing processes

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