Professors do not hold regular office hours during exam week. If you'd like to stop by, please contact me to arrange a suitable time.
Visit back in the spring semester for my latest schedule!
IVCC Honors Program promotes the identification and achievement of
education and/or career goals for its participants by offering
specially designed honors curriculum, by providing stimulating
academic and social program events, and by facilitating and
recognizing student pursuits in community involvement, campus
leadership, and experiential learning.
Tuition waivers, career guidance, resume boosters, enriched course work, field trips, community involvement, campus leadership, experiential learning, recognition at graduation and on transcripts, collegiality with Honors students, personal exploration, transfer opportunities, and more!
Please visit our redesigned site to find out more. We accept new applicants each semester.
What We Offer:
-Free and unlimited assistance to all students
-One-on-one interaction with an instructor or peer tutor
-Assistance at all stages of the writing process
-Many handouts, including documentation style manuals
Where and When To Find Us
Check the website for the most up-to-date hours and schedule.
We're located in the Learning Commons (D 201).
Call the Learning Commons at 224-0318 or visit our website for an appointment.
Walk-ins are also welcome–no appointment necessary!
Register for any course below using WebAdvisor. Registration opens Nov. 4.
In short, study some of the best stories in history. Choose your own texts to share with others. Experience the brilliance and necessity of storytelling. View flyers here and here. Catalog description:
In short, uncover the depth and complexity of seemingly simple stories, and discover the mysteries of childhood. Study some of the most well-beloved tales and stories from an angle you never considered. We will read fairy tales, picture books, novels for young adults, and many other texts—all to understand what children read, how they read, and why they read. Students will be able to tailor the course to their own interests and goals. This class is an excellent choice for anyone interested in literature, education, children, or just exciting, scary, funny, and fascinating books for young people. View flyers here and here. Catalog description:
In short, hone your academic writing and research skills through the study of short stories, poetry, and film. Catalog description:
Honors Project is a course specifically designed for students in the Honors Program. During the courze, students engage in action and reflection related to the three pillars of the Honors Program: campus leadership, experiential learning, and community involvement.
Honors Portfolio is the final course for students enrolled in the Honors Program, which allows them to reflect on their experiences and connect them to their career and educational goals.
This page is periodically updated with a new author or piece of writing--click here for the current featured poem!