Challenging you to achieve more.

Personalized learning experiences. One-on-one mentoring by award-winning professors. Unique academic courses and off-campus events. The Honors Institute at Monroe Community College provides all of this and more to academically-successful, highly-motivated students.

Once accepted into the Institute, you'll have the opportunity to participate in advanced learning experiences like team research and project learning. You’ll also graduate with a SUNY-registered Certificate in Honors Studies in addition to your degree of choice. So if you’re looking for a challenging academic experience that will effectively prepare your for life beyond MCC, the Honors Institute may be the perfect place for you.

Brighton Campus

Building 5, Room 212

Hours:

Phone:

585.292.3351

Fax:

honorstudies@monroecc.edu

Eligibility for the Honors Institute at MCC is based on one or more of the following:

  • New students – High school students should have an 87 or better GPA and/or be in the top 15 percent of their class with strong AP, SAT or ACT exam scores. Non-high school students will be considered based on prior academic record, types of courses taken, class standing and/or letters of recommendation from teachers or counselors.
  • Continuing students – Completion of at least 12 credit hours at MCC with a cumulative average of 3.5 or higher, or a cumulative average of 3.25 or higher with a recommendation by a professor.

 

 

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