The Honors College Chancellor's Fellows
Applications for the 2015-2017 Honors College Chancellor's Fellows program are now available, please click here to apply.
Or Contact The Honors College office:
(281) 618-1149 (Office)
To be eligible to join The Honors College Chancellor's Fellows, an applicant must be a first-year student and meet the following criteria in addition to the entry criteria to The Honors College Program:
- Three letters of recommendation
- Writing Sample
- Personal interview
- Completed FAFSA
Fellows receive all the benefits of The Honors College at Lone Star College, plus:
- Honors Associate Degree (AA or AS)
- Award Package to include tuition and fees (up to 15 credit hours of in-district tuition per semester)
- Book Allowance (up to $600 per semester)
- Stipend ($600 per semester)
- International travel opportunities
As is the case with many scholarship packages, the Fellows Award is to assist with educational expenses. Specifically, this award is to help students pursue a course of study culminating in an Honors AA or Honors AS degree. To that end, individual award amounts will vary and other sources of financial aid will be taken into consideration before final scholarship awards are made
Honors College Chancellor's Fellows Award
Honors College Chancellor's Fellows' commitment to their coursework and full-time attendance in The Honors College program is paramount. Awards will be provided for each Honors College Fellow consisting of up to 15 credit hours of in-district tuition, up to $600 book allowance, and a $600 stipend. The goal is to remove outside barriers so Fellows students can focus completely on their education and be successful program participants. We want Fellows students to maximize their involvement in the program both inside the classroom, with the required course curriculum, and outside the classroom, with the extensive Honors College service projects and events.
Campus Honors Colleges
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|Katharine Caruso, Ph.D.
LSCS Honors College
David Putz, Ph.D.
Brian H. Kyser
Steven Prewitt, Ph.D.