Students can turn a class they are presently taking into an “Honors Class.”
The Honors by Contract Program allows eligible students to work individually with faculty members on higher-level educational activities related to course objectives while enrolled in a regular course. Students who complete an Honors by Contract course have the designation on their transcript. After completing four Honors by Contract courses with an overall GPA of 3.5 or above, students graduate from Ocean County College as Honors Students. The student’s transcript, diploma, and commencement program will note this achievement.
All students with a GPA of 2.5 or above, or equivalent, from high school, other higher educational institutions, or Ocean County College are eligible to enroll in the Honors by Contract courses. Faculty members who teach college-level courses, i.e., 100 level and above, may participate in the Program, STSC courses are not eligible. Students may only enroll in two Honors by Contract courses per semester.
Students who participate in Honors by Contract have an opportunity to win monetary awards for their outstanding work. In addition, students who meet Honors Graduation requirements are eligible for scholarships.
Once the project and course are successfully completed, that course will be designated as an “Honors” course on the student’s official transcript.
So, have a conversation with your Instructor to discuss the possibility of working on an Honors Project. Then simply click on the application link below to begin your Honors by Contract journey
Campus Safety Officer Recruitment
We Want You!
The Department of Campus Safety and Security is looking for motivated individuals to join our team. You should be responsible, punctual, dependable, ethical, a team player and have good communications skills.
For more information, contact the Department of Campus Safety and Security at 732-255-0451.