Are you interested in the Honors program at Vol State? President's Ambassador Paul Raccio has this blog and info about a meeting:
you know that Volunteer State Community College has an Honors program? If you
did, I bet that like most people you thought it would be far more difficult
than your regular classes. That it would force you to spend hours studying or
writing papers. While it is true that the Honors program here at Vol State will
provide a challenge, it will also provide the chance for students to take
classes that will be interactive and exciting. The typical honors class holds
about ten less students than your average class on campus. It allows for more
interaction between the student and the professor, a major advantage that you
usually do not have in a regular class. You will also become far more
acquainted with your classmates because you will have to develop a rapport with
them in order to be successful.
honors program is having its first meeting Thursday September 13th at
1:00 p.m. in the Warf building, room 104. We will be welcoming new and
potential students into the program and discussing the important dates
throughout the semester. It would be our pleasure for any and all students
interested to come to this meeting. I promise you will see that honors students
are no different from any other student!
you cannot attend the meeting this Thursday, feel free to Contact Dr. Pimentel
and he will make sure to supply you with all the information you need to become
an Honors student here at Vol State.