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									Honors Program




   2009-2010
Student Handbook
         Lone Star College-CyFair
         9191 Barker Cypress Road
         Cypress, TX 77433
                         Honors Program
                   at Lone Star College-CyFair
                            Contacts

Dean
   Abdul Tamimi
   Dean, Educational Programs & Organizational Development
   281.292.5982 (ph)
   Abdulnassir.S.Tamimi@lonestar.edu

Honors Program Director
  Jamili Omar
  Associate Professor of English
  281.290.5928 (ph)
  Jamili.Omar@lonestar.edu

Honors Program Staff Assistant
  Sharis Tovmassian
  281.290.3911 (ph)
  281.290.5266 (fax)
  Sharis.Tovmassian@lonestar.edu

Website
  http://www.lonestar.edu/honors-cyfair.htm
                                                                   Table of Contents

WHAT IS THE HONORS PROGRAM? ......................................................................................................... 4
  MISSION ................................................................................................................................................... 4
  VISION ...................................................................................................................................................... 4
Who are HONORS STUDENTS? .................................................................................................................. 4
TYPES OF HONORS CREDIT ...................................................................................................................... 5
  HONORS COURSES ................................................................................................................................ 5
  HONORS BY CONTRACT ........................................................................................................................ 5
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM YOUR HONORS COURSE OR CONTRACT .................................................... 6
ACADEMIC CRITERIA FOR THE HONORS PROGRAM ............................................................................. 7
  ADMISSION TO THE HONORS PROGRAM ............................................................................................ 7
  RETENTION IN THE HONORS PROGRAM ............................................................................................. 7
BENEFITS OF HONORS PROGRAM MEMBERSHIP .................................................................................. 7
  ACADEMIC RECOGNITION ..................................................................................................................... 7
  EARLY REGISTRATION FOR LONE STAR COLLEGE CLASSES .......................................................... 8
  TRANSFER TO 4-YEAR HONORS PROGRAMS..................................................................................... 8
  TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES ...................................................................................................................... 8
  STUDENT AND PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS.............................................................................. 8
    LSC-CyFair Honors Student Organization ............................................................................................ 8
    Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Honors Council ............................................................................................ 8
    Great Plains Honors Council ................................................................................................................. 8
    National Collegiate Honors Council ...................................................................................................... 8
  HONORS PUBLICATIONS ....................................................................................................................... 9
CHECKLISTS: HOW TO DO IT ALL............................................................................................................ 10
  CHECKLIST: HONORS COURSE .......................................................................................................... 10
  CHECKLIST: HONORS BY CONTRACT ........................................................................................... 10-11
  CHECKLIST: COMMUNITY SERVICE .............................................................................................. 11-12
Appendix A: Forms ..................................................................................................................................... 13
  Application............................................................................................................................................. 14
  Confidential Reference .................................................................................................................... 15-16
  Report of Community Service Hours ................................................................................................... 17
  Application for Graduation with Honors Distinction .......................................................................... 18
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                             WHAT IS THE HONORS PROGRAM?
MISSION
The mission of the Lone Star College-CyFair Honors Program is to augment existing programs on campus
and to reaffirm the college’s commitment to excellence. Faculty and staff involved with the program will
identify, recruit, and challenge academically motivated students and provide them with enriching, flexible
options to develop their potential. In doing so, the program will also give faculty and staff the opportunity for
renewal and innovation.

VISION
The Lone Star College-CyFair Honors Program will be an example of academic and personal excellence at
Lone Star College-CyFair, both in the students it develops and the faculty and staff who mentor them.

                               WHO ARE HONORS STUDENTS?
While Academic Criteria are important, Honors is more than getting good grades. You are a good
candidate for the Honors Program if you:
        Prefer dialogue (student-student and student-faculty dialogue) to monologue with the goal of
        education, encouragement, and a sense of scholarly community.
        Want to explore your creativity and intellectual curiosity in a safe environment while being
        encouraged to identify faulty reasoning and bias.
        Desire more experiential learning where you can apply knowledge and integrate it into your daily
        life.
        Are open to being challenged intellectually, and are willing to take risks in your academic and
        personal worldviews.
        Enjoy exploring the interdisciplinary nature of a college education and see relationships between
        the various knowledges of different disciplines.
        Thrive in courses which provide you opportunities for academic enrichment, experimentation with
        creative learning methods, and opportunities to contribute to your community.




                        “Character is higher than intellect. A great soul will be strong to live as well as think.”
                                                                                        --Ralph Waldo Emerson




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                                   TYPES OF HONORS CREDIT
At LSC-CyFair, there are two ways to earn Honors Credit: Honors Courses and Honors by Contract. BOTH
require membership in the Honors Program.

HONORS COURSES
If you register for an Honors course, you will be in a section comprised entirely of Honors students led by
faculty who are hand-selected because of their passion in their subject area and their desire to act as a
mentor to Honors students. You might find that your Honors course has a slightly different focus of study
than a traditional course and that in addition to traditional coursework, you will participate in specialized
coursework that explores the subject in more depth and breath than is covered in a traditional course.
However, what most Honors students find the most rewarding is the close working relationship they
develop with the faculty member, the interdisciplinary nature of their study and the increased opportunities
to explore their own scholarly interests.

HONORS BY CONTRACT
Often, Honors students need classes to meet graduation requirements that aren’t regularly offered as
Honors sections. If a course is eligible, students have the option to take a traditional, non-Honors course
and to earn Honors credit for it by individually contracting with the instructor of that section of the course to
add an Honors Project to the existing course work. Called “Honors by Contract,” students and faculty
partner to create an experience that provides an equivalent experience to that of a student taking an
Honors course.

At LSC-CyFair, we believe that an essential part of the Honors experience is being in classes with other
Honors students because of the increased opportunities to exchange ideas and to create community.
Honors by Contract often doesn’t offer students the same level of interaction with others and are thus not
available for all classes. Students CAN contract for a class which

        Is NOT regularly offered as a Honors section
        Is being taught by a professor who is approved by the Honors Council to teach Honors sections

For questions about a class, please contact the Honors Program Director or see pages 10-11 of this
handbook.




                                                                “Live out of your imagination, not your history.”
                                                                                                Stephen Covey




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     WHAT TO EXPECT FROM YOUR HONORS COURSE OR CONTRACT
There is no easy description of an Honors experience. Every Honors class or Honors by Contract will be
different based on the faculty, the material and the discipline. However, there are some standards that you
can expect.

1. Honors work is not simply course acceleration or only more of the same kind of work. The key element
   that distinguishes Honors work from that done in a regular section is enrichment. You should gain a
   more profound appreciation of the subject than is typical in the regular classroom, greater depth and
   breadth of knowledge. Below are some examples.
        In a math Honors course, you may prove theorems instead of merely accepting them as proven.
        In a philosophy course, you may read more primary sources such as reading Aristotle's Poetics in
        translation and applying it to another work of literature or another philosopher’s primary texts.
        In a chemistry course, you may be exposed to current applications of principles demonstrated in
        the text or independent research.

2. Another key element of Honors is the focus on critical thinking. You will learn to both analyze a
   problem and synthesize a conclusion. Below are some examples of how you might synthesize
   knowledge in an Honors class:
       An Honors Geology student may catalogue specimens of rocks and write a manual for other
       students incorporating the history of each specimen with the likely location of origin.
       An Honors Education or Psychology student may create specialized educational tools for children
       with special needs after an investigation of critical periods of development in the brain.

3. One of the biggest benefits of belonging to the Honors program is the mentor relationship that
   develops between the students and the faculty member. For example, you might notice:
      Smaller discussion groups within the classroom or students leading discussions with the
      professor’s assistance.
      Built-in course opportunities for seminar or conference presentations.
      Individual, guided research projects.
      Team and individual projects designed to work within the scope of class, but outside the reading.

4. You will also be expected to do more individual learning with less reliance on the faculty for
   information or “answers.” In this way, your education will be more tailored to your individual interests
   and you might be expected to complete a researched investigation into an area of personal interest.

5. At Cy-Fair as at other institutions, the cornerstone of the Honors Program is a rigorous academic
   community which will support and challenge your social and intellectual curiosity and abilities.

6. Finally, you will be expected to produce at least one oral presentation through which you share your
   individual learning. This presentation will be assessed for potential inclusion in each semester’s Honors
   Day and, possibly, for Honors conferences as well.




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               ACADEMIC CRITERIA FOR THE HONORS PROGRAM
ADMISSION TO THE HONORS PROGRAM
To be admitted into the Honors Program –and thus to be eligible to register for an Honors Course and/or
Honors by Contract –you must meet ONE of the following criteria:

In the first semester of college:
          Top 10% of your high school graduating class
          A high school GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale
          1100 or higher on the SAT
          26 or higher combined score on the ACT
          Other test scores on an individual basis

After having completed at least six hours of college-level courses:
        A college GPA of 3.25 or higher on a 4.0 scale

RETENTION IN THE HONORS PROGRAM
Once admitted, you will maintain active status in the program as long as you maintain a minimum
cumulative GPA of 3.25. There are no minimum or maximum number of Honors courses you must take,
though there are levels of academic recognition for completing various numbers of Honors credit (see
below). Additionally, you are encouraged to judge your own course load each semester to determine if
enrolling in an Honors course is a good decision.

If your cumulative GPA falls below 3.25, you will be notified and placed on probation for a semester.
Probationary Status lasts for one (1) semester during which time you are limited to taking no more than
three (3) credit hours of Honors course work. If your GPA meets or exceeds the minimum at the end of that
term, your full status will be reinstated. If not, you will be asked to leave the Honors Program.

                 BENEFITS OF HONORS PROGRAM MEMBERSHIP
ACADEMIC RECOGNITION
As you complete requirements in the Honors Program, you will receive academic recognition on your
transcript at several levels of recognition. These are:
         “H” (for Honors) designation on your transcript for every Honors Course or Honors by Contract
         successfully completed.
         Honors Scholar designation at graduation for students successfully completing at least 9 hours of
         Honors credit with a 3.5 GPA and 25 hours of community service.
         Honors Program Graduate designation at graduation for students successfully completing at least
         15 hours of Honors credit with a 3.5 GPA.
         Honors Scholar with Distinction designation at graduation for students successfully completing
         at least 15 hours of Honors contracts with a 3.5 GPA and 25 hours of community service.




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EARLY REGISTRATION FOR LONE STAR COLLEGE CLASSES
Each semester the Honors Program will sponsor an early registration event where you can sign up for all
your classes –Honors and traditional classes –without waiting in line at the business office. A
representative from the Honors Program and from Advising will be on hand to answer all your questions.

TRANSFER TO 4-YEAR HONORS PROGRAMS
There are many advantages to being a member of the Honors Program when transferring to four-year
institutions. For example, you will find that:
          You have more choices when transferring to 4-year institutions.
          You have opportunities to transfer directly into other college’s Honors Programs without losing
          Honors credits.
          Other colleges are more likely to accept you into their programs if you have completed Honors
          level work at LSC-CyFair.

TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
Opportunities for scholarships are available for a variety of programs including local, regional and national
conferences and students are eligible for study abroad opportunities through NCHC. Speak with the
Honors Program Director for more information.

STUDENT AND PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
LSC-CyFair Honors Student Organization
The Honors Student Organization (HSO) is the student-led club for CFC Honors Students. Membership is
automatic upon acceptance into the Honors Program and activities are determined by members. In the
past, HSO has completed community service projects and held social events to enrich the lives of its
members.

Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Honors Council
The Mission of GCIHC is to promote the development of new Honors programs, to support existing Honors
programs, and to encourage student presentations and publication. The annual conference is held in early
fall at an area college or university. Students are encouraged to present their work. More information can
be found at: http://www.brazosport.cc.tx.us/~bchonors/gcihc.html

Great Plains Honors Council
GPHC serves collegiate Honors programs in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas.
It coordinates its activities with NCHC and promotes the flow of information, ideas, fellowship and
professional encouragement throughout its member Honors Programs. The annual conference is in late
spring. Find more information online at: http://www.acu.edu/sponsored/gphc.html

National Collegiate Honors Council
NCHC is a national organization which sponsors conferences to highlight Honors student work and provide
Honors Faculty and Administrators with professional development. The annual conference is held in the
fall and students are encouraged to present their work. More information online at: http://nchcHonors.org/



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HONORS PUBLICATIONS
All independent research papers prepared for the fulfillment of an Honors Course or Honors by Contract
should be of sufficient caliber to warrant publication. Students interested in publishing their work may seek
to do so on campus, through the Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Honors Council, and through various
professional and Honors publications.




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                              CHECKLISTS: HOW TO DO IT ALL
CHECKLIST: HONORS COURSE
      Apply for and be accepted into the Honors Program BEFORE registering for classes.

      At this time you will receive the Honors Student Handbook. Review it and prepare for classes!

      Find the class(es) you want to register for. They are all listed in the Credit Course Schedule and
       can be found by searching in My Records online.

      Register for an Honors Course by completing a Course Change Form (found in the Business
       Office) and having it signed by EITHER the Honors Program Director or Staff Assistant.
OR
      Attend Skip the Line, the Honors Early Registration event. It will be held the week general
       registration opens and will allow you to register for classes without standing in line.

      Once the semester begins, your instructor will provide you with the syllabus, homework schedule
       and assignments for the class. Every Honors class will be different, but, generally, you can expect
       to complete a project and/or presentation that could be presented within class and/or at the LSC-
       CyFair Student Symposium in the Spring. These details will be made explicit by your professor.

      At the end of the term, the instructor will notify the Honors Program Director of your satisfactory or
       non-satisfactory completion of the required work.
       o Satisfactory work: Honors Program Director grants Honors credit for the course, and the
            course number will be identified as carrying Honors credit on your transcript.
       o Non-Satisfactory work: Honors Program Director WILL NOT grant Honors credit for the course.
            The course number will be identified as not having Honors credit on your transcript.

CHECKLIST: HONORS BY CONTRACT
      Apply for and be accepted into the Honors Program BEFORE registering for classes.

      At this time you will receive the Honors Student Handbook. Review it and prepare for classes!

      Contact the Honors Program Director to determine if the course you are interested in is eligible for
       Honors by Contract. Students CAN contract for a class which:
       o Is NOT regularly offered as a Honors section.
       o Is being taught by a professor who is approved by the Honors Council to teach Honors.

      If the course is eligible, the Director will give you the Honors by Contract form.

      Be sure that the faculty member teaching the course is willing to supervise the Honors Contract
       and meet with him/her to discuss the Honors by Contract form. Take the form with you.




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     The faculty will complete the Honors by Contract form identifying the components of the class that
      will distinguish your work from that of a non-Honors student. After you both sign it, he/she will
      submit the Honors by Contract form to Honors Director by the deadline.

     Once the semester begins, you will meet as scheduled with your instructor and complete the work
      outlined on the contract. Generally, you can expect to complete an Honors Project and/or an
      Honors Presentation as specified on your contract. You might also be expected to present your
      project to an audience determined by your instructor and/or at the Cy-Fair Research Symposium in
      the Spring.

     At the end of the term, the instructor will notify the Honors Program Director of your satisfactory or
      non-satisfactory completion of the required work.
           o Satisfactory work: Honors Program Director grants Honors credit for the course, and the
              course number will be identified as carrying Honors credit on your transcript.
           o Non-Satisfactory work: Honors Program Director WILL NOT grant Honors credit for the
              course. The course number will be identified as not having Honors credit on your
              transcript.

CHECKLIST: COMMUNITY SERVICE
If you choose to graduate as an Honors Scholar or an Honors Scholar with Distinction, you must initiate
and implement twenty-five (25) hours of community service. For all other levels of Honors recognition (see
page 4), service hours are not required. However, all Honors students are encouraged to participate in
community service in some capacity during their time at LSC-CyFair.

     To get started, you might want to meet with the Honors Program Director, an Honors Faculty
      member, the Service Learning Director, or other faculty member to help you identify an agency to
      work with. Review the criteria for acceptable agencies below.

     Make arrangements with the agency(s) in which you will work. You can choose to work with more
      than one agency or participate in more than one opportunity, however, it is suggested that you
      spend at least five (5) hours with each agency/opportunity.

     Maintain a written log of service activities you participate in. We recommend that you use the
      Report of Community Service Hours (see appendix A ) as your log.

     Submit the Report of Community Service Hours (see appendix A ) to the Honors Program Director.
      Be sure that it is completed by you and signed by your supervisor at the agency. One form must
      be submitted for each volunteer opportunity which you want counted towards the 25 hours.

Organizations to Volunteer With:
       The agency that you choose to volunteer with must provide service to the community at large. For
       example, you may volunteer in your place of worship provided that the population served is not
       limited only to its members. For example, some churches have food and/or clothing banks that
       serve the needy in the community whether or not they are members of the church.

        It is highly recommended that the community service be in an area of the your major area of study.
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       There are always opportunities through LSC-CyFair to volunteer and you are encouraged to find
       meaningful ways to be involved on campus that further your educational pursuits.

Time Limits:
       You may not count hours earned BEFORE your acceptance into the Honors Program.

       You must complete hours 2 weeks prior to the end of your final semester at LSC-CyFair.

       No “double dipping” –hours completed as a requirement for another LSC-CyFair organization
       and/or for a service learning course CANNOT count towards these 25 hours




                Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.
                                                                --Malcolm Forbes




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                               APPENDIX A: FORMS
1. Honors Application Form –to be completed by a student applying for membership into the
   Honors Program

2. Honors Reference Form –to be completed by a teacher or professor recommending a student to
   the Honors Program

3. Community Service Form –to be completed by a student as he/she completes community service
   and signed by a representative from the service organization

4. Application for Graduation with Honors Distinction –to be completed by a student as he/she
   applies for graduation from LSC-CyFair




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                                          LONE STAR COLLEGE-CYFAIR HONORS PROGRAM
                                                         APPLICATION
Name
           Last                                                         First                                          M.I.

Address
           Street                                                          City                           State       Zip Code

Phone                                                      Alt Phone

Email Address                                                                                Student ID

Lone Star Email Address                                                                                   @Lonestar.edu

High School                                                                                   Graduation Date     /           /
                Name                                City                            State

College                                                                                       Dates Attended           To
           Name                                     City                            State




                             CRITERIA FOR ACCEPTANCE INTO THE HONORS PROGRAM

Check at least one of the following if you are a recent high school graduate and this is your first semester of college:
      Top 10% of your high school graduating class*
                                                                           *Please submit copies of your High School
      A high school GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale*
                                                                       transcript, ACT or SAT test scores along with this
      1100 or higher on the SAT*
                                                                                            application
      26 or higher combined score on the ACT*


Check the following if you have completed at least six hours of college-level courses:
      A college GPA of 3.25 or higher on a 4.0 scale

                             CRITERIA FOR RETENTION IN THE HONORS PROGRAM
You must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 to remain in the Honors Program.


Student’s Signature                                                                                       Date


                                             Please return promptly to:
                                      Lone Star College-CyFair Honors Program
              Address: 9191 Barker Cypress Road            Fax: 281-290-5266
                      Cypress, TX 77433                    Email: CFHonorsProgram@lonestar.edu


                                       Lone Star College-CyFair Honors Program Application
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                                                        LSC-CYFAIR HONORS PROGRAM
                                                          CONFIDENTIAL REFERENCE


Full Legal Name of Applicant (Please Print or Type)                   Name of Reference (Please Print or Type)


Social Security Number of Applicant                                   Title


1. Nature of your relationship with Applicant                         School, Firm, or Organization
(Check appropriate box):
Teacher……………….. 
Counselor …………….                                                     Business Address
Administrator ………… 
Employer …………….. 
Other (Specify) ……….                                                 City                 State             Zip

2. How many years have you known the applicant?                       (     )
                                                                      Phone (Business Office)

3. In selecting recipients for the Cy-Fair Honors Program, consideration will be given to the following attributes and
achievements of the applicants. Please rate the applicant in respect to each trait listed below by writing 1 through 6 or X on
the designated line to indicate his/her relative standing among other students with whom you have had contact.

                      Rating Scale
Ranks with the very best students (Top 5%)               1            1   95%
Superior                                                 2            2   90%
Outstanding                                              3            3   75%
Above average                                            4            4   60%
Average                                                  5            5   40%
Below average                                            6            6   0-40%
Inadequate opportunity to observe                        X

        Academic record and achievements
                                                                              Potential contributions to LSC-CyFair and to society
        Initiative and motivation                                             upon graduation

        Integrity, honesty, and dependability                                 Ability and interpersonal skills

        Special talents and abilities                                         Organizational and analytical ability
                                                                              Your overall ranking of applicant among his/her
        Participation in extracurricular activities                           peers (enter appropriate number based upon above
                                                                              qualities and rating scale).
        Other (Specify):___________________________

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                                        Lone Star College-CyFair Honors Program Reference
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4. Please use the space below for a general evaluation and comments on specific strengths, special talents, abilities, and
weakness of the applicants. Please provide as many specific examples as possible to support your general evaluation and
comments.




Signature                                                                                Date

                                             Please return promptly to:
                                     Lone Star College-CyFair Honors Program
             Address: 9191 Barker Cypress Road            Fax: 281-290-5266
                     Cypress, TX 77433                    Email: CFHonorsProgram@lonestar.edu

                                  Lone Star College-CyFair Honors Program Reference
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                                                  LSC-CYFAIR HONORS PROGRAM
                                               REPORT OF COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS
Name
           Last                                                       First                                              M.I.

Phone                                                      Email Address

Name of Service Organization

Name of Supervisor

Phone                                                      Email Address

Date(s) the Hours were completed                                               Number of hours completed

TO BE COMPLETED BY THE STUDENT:
   1. Please describe the event where the Community Service Hours performed (i.e. run/walk, child care, clean-up)?



    2. Please describe the duties you performed during this Community Service event.




    3. What was the impact of your work on the community, the organization, or the people served?




    4. What was the impact of your work on yourself? What did you learn from this experience?




TO BE COMPLETED BY THE CS SUPERVISOR:
I attest that the hours reported by the student above are accurate and that the student did perform the duties listed.

Supervisor’s Signature                                                                              Date

Student’s Signature                                                                                 Date
                                                Please return promptly to:
                                        Lone Star College-CyFair Honors Program
                  Address: 9191 Barker Cypress Road             Fax: 281-290-5266
                          Cypress, TX 77433                     Email: CFHonorsProgram@lonestar.edu

                               Lone Star College-CyFair Honors Program Community Service Form
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                                      LSC-CYFAIR HONORS PROGRAM
               APPLICATION FOR GRADUATION WITH HONORS DISTINCTION

Section 1          Deadlines

College Graduation Application –due the semester prior to the semester that coursework is completed.
Students are responsible for completing their graduation application with the College and are subject to the
degree requirements of the Lone Star College catalog. See advising for assistance.

Honors Graduation Application --Fall deadline is October 1st and the Spring is February 1st.

Section 2          Student Information


Last Name                                             First Name                                   Middle Initial


Street Address                                                          City, State, ZIP


Phone Number                                 Email Address                                         SS#/ID#

Section 3          Graduation Information

Graduation Semester _____ Fall               _____Spring                Graduation Year __________

Check only ONE of the following:
   _____Honors Program Graduate (15 Honors credits; 3.5 GPA)
   _____Honors Scholar (9 Honors credits; 3.5 GPA; 25 hours community service)
   _____Honors Scholar with Distinction (15 Honors credits; 3.5 GPA; 25 hours community service)

Section 4          Student Certification

My signature below indicates that I have filed for graduation with the College.

__________________________                                              ______________________
Student Signature                                                              Date

                  Please return promptly to: Lone Star College-CyFair Honors Program
     Address: 9191 Barker Cypress Road               Fax: 281-290-5266
     Cypress, TX 77433                               Email: CFHonorsProgram@lonestar.edu

                                                 Verification
                                        *to be completed by the Honors Director
Honors Credit Hours Completed       ____________                          Honors GPA_____________
Service Learning Hours Completed ____________                             Lone Star College GPA___________


Graduation Application                          Page 1 of 1                                    REV: 6/29/09

								
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