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Honors Extension course May 2018 (follow @sjfc_honors)

Honors Students bring intellectual curiosity into all of their courses and partner with faculty to create knowledge in the classroom. They bring out the best in each other, in study groups, in classroom engagement, and in friendship and support outside the classroom. Honors students major in all areas across the entire College and so enrich each other's general education, sharing disciplinary expertise as they progress toward graduation.


  • TEDxSJFC 17 Videos can now be seen on YouTube, and are posted individually on our TEDxSJFC page.
  • Featured course: "Mapping Memory in the Civil Rights Movement has already and will continue to change the way we choose to look at different social justice movements, our history, and social, political and cultural issues in the world today." Read more...
  • So proud of our 13 scholar-athletes for making the Empire 8 President's List! McKayla Crawford, Joe Dotterweich, Alexis Hull, Jordan Lehman, Jake Maurer, Douglas Mendenhall, Alex Minnick, Peter Pinque, Emily Risch, Glenn Roschetzky, Lindsay Scott, and Kayla Shutt
  • Congratulations to Becca Davis for landing the job with the Red Sox!
  • Honors 275 will show the films Loving (2/8, 6:15), Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (2/18 4pm) and Get Out (Tuesday 2/20 6:30) all in Basil 135
  • Submissions are open for the 2019 Review.  Please consider submitting your work to this highly prestigious academic journal.  go.sjfc.edu/review

  • The Northeast Regional Honors Council (NHRC) is hosting its annual conference April 12-15 in Providence, RI. This year's theme is "The Renaissance of a “Lively Experiment”: Seeing Anew". Nicole Nista, Andrew Cohen, and Julia Detmer will be presenting their work.

Melissa Bissonette, Director of the Honors Program

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