Harrisburg Area Community College - Dual Enrollment for Spring 2018 Term Attention, Students! Eligible juniors and seniors who are not currently enrolled as Dual Enrollment students at HACC but who plan to take classes during the Spring 2018 semester, must complete a HACC paper application no later than December 1, 2017. Applications are available in the Guidance Office. Interested students must first meet with their School Counselor to determine whether they meet Dual Enrollment eligibility requirements and to discuss the Dual Enrollment process. Both campus-based and on-line classes are available. As a reminder for current dually enrolled students, you must provide a copy of your Fall semester grade report to your School Counselor as soon as it becomes available in December so your high school transcript can be updated. In the event you plan to take college classes during the Spring 2018 term, you must also provide a copy of your Spring course schedule to your Counselor so your high school schedule can be updated. See your School Counselor for more information.HACC is currently acceptinig applications for its Honors Studies Program This is a special admissions academic program. Admission to the College does not guarantee admissions into the Honors Studies Program. Applications are rolling, and successful applicants can be admitted to the program at any time.
Core general education subjects in the program will be more intellectually rigorous, and students enrolled in the program will pursue a secondary focus in a field or discipline of their choice. HACC offers close to 200 areas of study, including programs in mathematics and science, communications and social sciences, business and marketing, technology and trades, and allied health.Students who successfully complete the program will be able to:
For additional information, visit http://www.hacc.edu/Academics/HonorsProgram/index.cfm, or contact Heather Burns, Director of the Honors Studies Program at email@example.com.
- Recognize, interpret and evaluate creative expressions in a variety of artistic, historical, social and cultural frameworks
- Present and support ideas in an organized and effective manner consistent with the intended audience and purpose in both speaking and writing
- Use technology responsibly as a tool for communication and productivity
- Demonstrate effective research skills and information literacy by gathering credible sources and using sources appropriately
- Recognize, apply and relate mathematical and scientific principles, concepts and methodologies to varied experiences and environments
- Identify, assess and address ethical issues in person, social and global contexts
- Employ appropriate leadership styles in a variety of settings