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COVID-19 Update: EFSC has received $4.4 million in emergency CARES Act grant funding that will be provided to eligible Spring & Summer Term students impacted by COVID-19. View grant eligibility & application information. Summer Term courses have begun online: review updated Summer FAQ & register now. All EFSC campuses remain closed, but essential Student Services are available remotely.  See the Virtual Student Services Guide and EFSC COVID-19 Response Resources and FAQ.

Important Summer Term Update

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and EFSC Campus closures, all Summer Term 2020 Honors Courses have been canceled. Honor's classes are not intended to be held in either a hybrid or online format due to the impact on the integrity and rigor of the Honor's class experience. The impact on Honors students scheduled to graduate during Summer term is under review and students will be contacted on a case-by-case basis. View the schedule for Fall 2020 Honors courses.

The EFSC Honors Program is:Honors Seal

 • A learning community designed to accommodate the special needs of academically gifted students.

 • A program of courses allowing highly motivated, intellectually curious students to become partners in learning with their professors and classmates.

• An opportunity to enjoy an environment of scholarly inquiry, creative interaction and intellectual stimulation.

It’s Flexible: Students may participate as an Honors Student, seeking an official Honors Diploma, or as an Honors Affiliate, which includes access to honors classes and program benefits. Students may change from one option to the other until one semester before graduation. Review the Honors Program Admissions Criteria and apply online.

Goals include developing the student's:

  • Self-reflection, passion for learning and ability to reason

  • Ability to express themselves in speech and writing appropriate for group discourse, while remaining authentic to the student’s individuality

  • Appreciation of the common humanity of all people and gratitude for differences

  • Ability to collaborate and work independently

  • Capacity to commit to a position, recognize that it may change, and tolerate uncertainty and ambiguity

  • Ability to integrate and contextualize information

 

Information

Paola Moneymaker, MA
Associate Director, Honors Program
Associate Provost, Palm Bay

250 Community College Parkway
Bldg 2, Room 329H
Palm Bay, FL 32909
moneymakerp@easternflorida.edu
Phone: 321-433-5205

 
 
 
 
Apply Now for the Honors Program

The Honors Program online application requires applicants log in with their student ID number (B number) and password.

Honors Program Admissions Deadlines

Spring Term 2020: November 21, 2019
Fall Term 2020: May 30, 2020

Honors Program in Action