Honors Program

The Honors Program is a College-wide program that is open to students pursuing an Associate Degree in any major. The program includes Honors sections of general education courses that are already required of all AA, AS, AFA and AAS degrees. The Honors courses are small, seminar-style classes which allow for extensive student/faculty collaboration, and they have interesting themes and projects that are different from the usual introductory classes.

“The professor makes learning fun, and it’s an interesting, interactive course.”

-Honor Student

As an Honors student, you will be part of a supportive but rigorous academic community, and there will be special social and academic events just for your group.

Honors Program Benefits

  • Cultural trips to Philadelphia, New York City and Washington D. C.
  • Small class size (Honors sections are capped at 23)
  • A lounge/study area designated for the Honors Students
  • Special advising sessions for students in the Honors Program
  • Exclusive scholarships
  • Admission agreements with Honors Programs at local universities


Students who have been successful in a college preparatory high school curriculum and who have scored well enough on the SAT or Accuplacer exams can be accepted into the Honors program directly out of high school.

Students already enrolled at CCC in any associate degree program will be invited to apply as long as they have completed between 12 and 24 college credits and have earned an overall grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

To complete the Honors Program before graduation from CCC, students are required to take four of their general education courses in designated Honors sections, maintain an overall grade point average of 3.5 and participate in a total of three community service or cultural events.

Apply to the Honors Program


  1. Fill out the Camden County College admissions application, qhpgti.szjzlx.com/apply.
  2. Take the Camden County College Placement Exam (unless you are exempt because you scored at least 500M/450 R&W on the new SAT.)
  3. Complete the form below.
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Sites of Interest

Local College & Universities Honors Programs

Contact Information

Professor Jennifer Hoheisel, Honors Program Co-Director
Madison Hall, 314C, Blackwood
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4676

Dr. Nancy Raftery, Honors Program Co-Director
Madison Hall, room 309B, Blackwood
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4303

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