ALERT: CCAC will be closed January 19, 20 and 21, 2019 with all weekend classes cancelled

Due to inclement weather conditions, all CCAC campuses, centers and off-campus locations will be closed on Saturday, January 19 and Sunday, January 20 and all weekend classes will be cancelled. The college will also be closed on Monday, January 21 to observe the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The college will reopen for business on Tuesday morning, January 22.
  • The CCAC Honors Program

    The CCAC Honors Program unites outstanding students and Honors faculty in the pursuit of academic excellence and the development of personal potential for communication, presentation and leadership skills.

    The Honors Program offers participatory classroom activities that help develop critical thinking skills and independent investigation, increased involvement in college and community service learning projects and participation in regional and national honors conferences.  
  • Honors Program Benefits

    • In-county tuition scholarships for all Honors classes and Honors contracts
    • Opportunity to apply for full-tuition Leadership in Honors Scholarship
    • An opportunity to change any course into an Honors Program course by contracts with faculty
    • Opportunity to present Honors research at regional and national Honors conferences
    • Access to an Honors advisor as a supplement to regular academic advisors
    • Notation of Honors degree or Honors course credits on transcript
    • Opportunity to wear Honors cords and/or Honors medallion at graduation
    • Honors Resource Room on each campus-space for studying, gathering, snacking, working
    • Low student-teacher ratio in Honors classes
    • Extracurricular enhancements, such as field trips, speaker series, social and cultural events, and regional and national Honors conferences
  • Honors Program Mission

    The CCAC Honors Program exists to unite outstanding students and faculty in the pursuit and advancement of academic excellence. For students, CCAC Honors promotes participation in a program of scholastic rigor, service to the college and community, opportunities to attend regional and national Honors conferences, and activities to develop leadership skills. Honors students prepare for future life experiences through enriched classroom activities, which will help to develop critical thinking skills, independent investigation and collaborative learning.