Honors Program Overview
The primary mission of the Reading Area Community College Honors Program is to enrich the educational experience of motivated, intellectually curious students.
The Honors Program fulfills this mission through First Year Seminars, General Education courses, Honors courses in select majors, and Independent Study courses. Honors courses often involve exploratory learning, collaborative activities, interdisciplinary study, and independent research and creative projects.
The Honors Program also seeks to enhance opportunities for students to learn outside the classroom through field trips, service activities, and conference presentations, to receive special recognition for high academic achievement, and to transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
More information can be found in the Student Catalog
- View Honors courses
- The Benefits of taking Honors courses
- Transfer Colleges
|Carol Bean-Ritteremail@example.com||Social Science|
|Pamela Blakelyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Social Science (Honors Program Coordinator)|
|Mary Ellen Heckmanemail@example.com||Assistant Dean of Library Services & Learning Resources|
|Heather Hinklefirstname.lastname@example.org||Science, Technology, Engineering, Math & Health Sciences|
|Marjorie Kerbelemail@example.com||Foundational Studies|
For more information:
Contact Dr. Pamela Blakely
Honors Program Coordinator
610-372-4721 (ext. 5452)