What is the Honors Program? The Lane Honors Program is a way for high-performing, motivated students to: - Graduate from Lane with honors noted on their transcript and diploma, giving them a competitive edge for scholarship applications and university transfer. - Take honors-level courses and seminars at Lane that emphasize critical thinking, in-depth research, creativity and civic growth. - Receive faculty mentorship and individualized honors advising. - Participate in honors receptions and events as part of the honors community. How do I get in? Students who apply to the Honors Program must have tested into or completed WR 121 and have completed 15 credits at Lane with a 3.25 GPA or higher. For a complete list of eligibility requirements, visit http://www2.lanecc.edu/honors/requirements. What do I need to do to complete the Honors Program? Honors students will be required to take two honors seminars and four honors courses or options as part of their degree plan in addition to fulfilling an experiential learning component. http:// www2.lanecc.edu/honors/experiential-learning. How do I know which honors classes will be offered each term? Honors classes are posted on our website at http:// www2.lanecc.edu/honors/classes. Also, if you type â€œhonorsâ€? in the Quick Class Search of the online class schedule, it will pull a list of all honors classes offered that term. How do I apply? You can apply online at https://www2.lanecc.edu/honors/honorsstudent-application?wssl=1 The application deadline for the following term is always Wednesday of Week 4. What if I have questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 541.463.3438.