Students have the opportunity to work on a special project (25 hours total outside of the original syllabus requirements) and receive an honors coursework notation on their transcripts. The honors option is a value add for students who wish to transfer and is a great addition to a resume or personal statement for school, etc.
Below is a current list of faculty and courses that are offering honors opportunities for all students.
||ENG 1A/95 and 1D
||Spanish 1, 2, 3, & 4
||BUS 8, BUS 18A, BUS 19, LAW 16
||HIST 31, HIST 17B
||ENG 45, ENG 57, ENG 1B
||SL 1,3, & 4
||DMEDIA 1, 24, and 25A
||English 1A and 1B
||English 1A , 1D and 61
||History 17A, 30A, 30B and Law 16
||Spanish 3A, 4A, 5 and 6
||German 1 and 2, Anthro 4 and Hum 4
||ANTHR 02, ANTHR 02L
Who is eligible to join the Equity-Minded Honors Program?
Everyone! If you are a self-directed San Joaquin Delta College student or feel you have the potential to successfully engage in a richer, more complex course of study at San Joaquin Delta College, then you are eligible. Anyone can become an honors student!
How do I get started?
If you are enrolled in one of the classes taught by the professor listed above, contact that professor via email that you are interested in the honors program for that course. Both you and the professor will need to develop a work plan that is acceptable to both of you. The professor will need to download and complete the form below, including a work plan. It will need to be signed by both you and the professor. This form along with the work plan and the course syllabus will need to be emailed to the honors program coordinator, Ricardo Aguilar firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honors Program Option Contract
Honors Program Information
If you have any questions, please email Ricardo Aguilar at: email@example.com.