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Judith K. Winn School of Honors

The Judith K. Winn School of Honors is an academic program offering advanced course work to the college’s highest achieving, most motivated students: incoming freshmen, transfer and continuing students. Taught by scholarly faculty with a commitment to Honors, our curriculum provides select students with an enriched academic experience to foster intellectual growth and enhance their competitiveness in admissions to excellent universities.

9th Annual Student Conference Call for Papers April 2019 (pdf)

The 27th Annual Beacon Conference June 2019 (pdf)

The School of Honors offers:

  • Smaller, highly interactive and challenging classes
  • Highly motivated peers and experienced faculty
  • Field trips to four-year colleges
  • Transfer seminars
  • Use of Honors Lounge
  • Honors credits recorded on your transcript
  • Honors diploma
  • Honors awards
  • Honors regalia

The Honors program typically offers close to thirty Honors sections of mostly General Education courses and the schedule reflects the course sequence as well.  For example, if we offer a LIT 203 World Literature till 1650 in the Fall, its sequence, LIT 204 World Literature from 1650 till the Present, will be offered in the Spring. We also make an attempt to pair courses by scheduling World History and World Literature the same semester, if possible.

To register for Honors courses, please visit Self Service, search for the Course, and select “Honors Course” in Topics.  For more information, please call (201) 493-3567.

 

 

Honors Students Testimonials

Every ‘A’ counts, but an honors ‘A’ counts more. That’s why the JKW School of Honors and Honors classes are awesome.” – Woo Je Kim, Honors Association Officer

The JKW school of Honors has changed my entire BCC experience. I have met so many wonderful, like-minded students and professors that have taken personal time to push me to do my best. Honors not only satisfied my thirst for classroom engagement, but has opened the door to new opportunities and friendships that have impacted my life for the long-haul. It gave me an unexpected, panoramic view of campus activities and student-life.” –  Isra Eldosougi, Honors Association President