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“The Honors program helped me discover my
strengths within myself that I was not aware I possessed. I will carry the experience forever in
my mind and in my heart.”

- Suzanne D’Alessandro
The Commonwealth Honors Program at Massasoit Community College

Honors Courses

The Commonwealth Honors Program offers students:

Enhanced Transfer Opportunities
All Honors courses are designated as Honors on students’ transcripts, identifying students as academically talented.

Intellectually Challenging Classes
The small size and intimate atmosphere of Honors classes appeal to students who seek a strong voice in their education.

Mentoring and Support
Students receive sustained assistance in planning their future educational goals, including transfer support and selection of courses that suit their needs.

Access to the Honors Center
The Honors Center is a place where students study, use computers, and meet with other students in the Program. The Center also hosts receptions, film screenings, and other academic activities.

$100 Tuition Waiver
Students receive a $100 waiver for each three/four credit Honors course.

The Honors Program is coordinated by Professors Susan Martelli and
David LaFontaine. They are happy to speak with students and answer questions about the program throughout the year.

Call 508-588-9100 x1836, or drop by H113, or contact Professor David LaFontaine on the Canton campus at 781-821-2222 x2838, Room 311B.

Honor Garden Scholarship of the Commonwealth Honors Program

Commonwealth Honors Program Highlights

Honors Field Trips
The Honors Program provides extra-curricular activities for cultural enrichment.

Annual Recognition Luncheon
Massasoit hosts an annual awards and recognition luncheon for all students in the Honors Program to recognize outstanding students.

The Honors Program Speakers Bureau
The Speakers Bureau is a group of students on the Canton campus who make presentations in classrooms and at other college events about the benefits of taking Honors courses. Students share their personal experiences as well as provide encouragement to their peers.

Statewide Undergraduate Conference
Students present their original work in oral and visual form before peers, faculty, and the public.

Massasoit Community College is a Member of The National Collegiate Honors Council
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