Are you a student who wants to push further and learn more in your classes? Do you want to explore ideas in a more intensive way and work with other curious and dedicated students? Then consider enrolling in one of our new HONORS courses in the Spring semester. These classes will challenge you to engage with interesting topics and to think about the world in interesting ways. 

Dig deeper. WC Honors.

Frequently Asked Questions

Successful Honors Program participants are eligible for: 

  • Weatherford College Foundation Scholarships 
  • Priority Registration 
  • Sponsorship for PTK membership 
  • Smaller class sizes 
  • Free printing 
  • Designated Honors Program study space 
  • Honors designation on transcript 
  • Honors designation on diploma 
  • Honors mention at graduation and convocation 
  • Honors cord for graduation
  • Fall 2021 classes    
  • Government 2305
  • Educ 1300
  • Math 1314
  • English 1301
  • PSYC 2301
  • PHIL 1301

Spring 2022 classes

  • History 1301
  • Psychology 2301
  • English 1302
Instructors will incorporate different course assignments and/or instruction techniques to challenge honors students. These could be projects, research, group assignments, etc. Honors courses will have a smaller class size with honors program students only.
Students must take at least (1) honors designated course as a part of their full time load for the semester.
Students are allowed to drop the honors program after starting. They will need to contact honors@wc.edu to make an appointment with the honors program committee.

Meet the Faculty! 

Dr. Trey Jansen
Dr. Trey Jansen
English 1301

Staci Tyler
Staci Tyler
Education 1300

Dr. Nick Pugh
Dr. Nick Pugh
Government 2305

Grace Rothrock
Grace Rothrock
Math 1314

Romney Landis
Romney Landis
Psychology 2301

Greg Trickett
Greg Trickett
Philosophy 1301

Michelle Brunt

  Michelle Burt
Honors Program Lead
mburt@wc.edu