The Honors Program at Trinity Christian College
Honors Program students appreciate deep conversations, having a voice in class and on campus, and building meaningful relationships that provide a profound level of learning.
If you are that student, the Honors Program can help you become the Christian scholar God calls you to be and prepare you for the vocation he calls you to.
The Honors Program challenges and supports academically gifted students through collaborative research with publishing scholars in the field and participation in co-curricular activities, whether an evening at the symphony or a hike in a nature preserve.
The program also offers unique opportunities for you to connect with fellow honors students and advisors as you enjoy good talk and laughter at the weekly Honors Tea or gather each month for a common meal at the home of your advisor.
Your course of study will include a minimum of 11 credit hours. You will take Honors Writing and Honors Philosophy, at least one seminar course, and honors work in your major.
For graduation requirements and a list of Honors Program courses, view the Honor's section of the catalog. You can also apply to the program online.
More questions? Contact Dr. Craig Mattson, director of the Honors Program and professor of communication arts, at 708.239.4881 or
Honors Program News
Graduating seniors in Trinity’s Honors Program were recently recognized at an inaugural pinning ceremony, led by program director and professor of communication arts, Dr....
Graduates were recognized and celebrated during the annual Honors Convocation held Friday, May 17. Students were recognized in the categories of graduation honors, departmental...