IVCC is proud to offer an Honors Program designed for and by our students! Our program offers many benefits: tuition waivers, specialized classes, smaller class sizes, personalized career/education guidance, field trips, distinction on transcripts, and much, much more.
To find about the program, please peruse the links to the left, or contact Director Adam Oldaker by phone at (815) 224-0326, by email at email@example.com, or by office visit in A-317. You can also visit the Honors Program handbook.
The Honors Team is now accepting applications from students who would like to begin the Honors Program in the spring 2016 semester! The deadline to apply is Wednesday, January 27. To find out how to apply, please click here.
Honors Program Publication by IVCC President
Special congratulations are due to IVCC President Jerry Corcoran, who recently had an article about our Honors Program published in the peer-reviewed periodical Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council. You can read his article, which he worked on with Director Adam Oldaker, by clicking on this link.
Honoring Our Own: 21st Century Scholars Society Awards
The Honors Team is happy to announce that many of our students were named to the prestigious 21st Century Scholars Society at IVCC. This is one of our highest recognitions at the college. Here are the winners from our Honors Program:
21st Century Scholars Society Winner: Kaitlin Raineri
21st Century Scholars Society Finalists: Alec Lindemann and Adam Skoff
21st Century Scholars Society Honorable Mentions: Megan Fitzgerald and Nicole Stevenson
21st Century Scholars Society Merit Awards: Sam Braley and Travis Sauers
Congratulations to Kaitlin, Alec, Adam, Megan, Nicole, Sam, and Travis!
Honoring Our Own: Honors Program Awards
The Honors Team is thrilled to
recognize second-year members who achieved outstanding recognitions during the
2014-2015 academic year. Here are the winners of our highly competitive
Honors Program awards:
Award for Leadership: Micaela McGinley and Leigha Pastorik
Award for Experiential Learning: Jacob Damron, Tiernan Ebener, and Tonisha Thacker
Award for Community Involvement: Micaela McGinley, Leigha Pastorik, and Alexander Trumbo
Award for Research: Amber Phillips
Congratulations to Micaela, Leigha, Jacob, Tiernan, Tonisha, Al, and Amber for their accomplishments during the 2014-2015 academic year! Best wishes to Jacob, Tiernan, and Tonisha as they pursue engineering degrees at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Micaela as she moves on to Loyola University; Leigha and Amber as they study at Northern Illinois University; and Al as he learns to teach English at Illinois State University.
Honoring Our Own: William and Dian Taylor STEM Scholarship
Congratulations to Ryan Sedlock, who recently received the much-coveted William and Dian Taylor STEM Scholarship. This award enables students to pursue science, technology, engineering, or math at Northern Illinois University (NIU) with $5,000 paid toward tuition. Students who pursue Honors at NIU are eligible to receive funds for all tuition and fees. Best wishes to Ryan as he pursues an engineering degree at NIU. Make the Taylors and the Honors Team proud!