About Honors

Student in the Student Pavilion

About the Honors Program

The goal of the Brazosport College Honors Program is to provide a curriculum that attracts high quality students who are high achieving, and want to take their education to a higher level.  To achieve this goal we have compiled a collection of courses and experiences that are designed to enrich the education of our students.

Honors course sections emphasize participatory discussion and hands on experience.

Earning Honors Credit

Honors credit can be earned through enrollment in Honors designated courses or by doing advanced work in a regularly scheduled course through individual instructor/student contracts.

Students are encouraged to participate in undergraduate research and present their results at regional and national conferences.

You can learn more by visiting Courses and Contracts.

Earning Recognition

Special recognition for Honors program participation is given to students at graduation according to the number of Honors credit hours earned.

  • 12 hours and above receives the Vice President's Scholar award.
  • 18 hours and above receives the President' Scholar award.
  • 24 hours and above receives the Regent's Scholar award.

Mission Statement

In keeping with the College’s mission, the mission of the Honors Program is to support student success by promoting critical thinking skills, challenging intellectually curious students, enhancing core curriculum classes, and preparing students for rigorous work at transfer institutions. The Honors Program is open to any student who meets the admission criteria. Students in the Honors Program will be challenged to develop their full intellectual potential through interdisciplinary and seminar study with other highly motivated and gifted students under the direction of a select group of faculty.


Honors applications may be submitted any time through out the year.

Honors Contracts & Scholarship Applications must be submitted before:

October 31, 2019

Contact Us

Carrie Pritchett
Director, Honors