Honors at Reynolds
Course Permission (non-Honors Program students)
See the list of designated courses below, noting the course and section number.
Apply for a seat in an Honors class by submitting the Course Permission form (for non-program students)
Designated Honors sections offered in Spring 2019
|Course Title||Instructor||Days/Times||Section, Campus, Room||Course #|
|History 122 Honors U.S. History II
||Thomas, Chris||MW 1-2:15||01NP (Parham)||39279|
|Biology 102 Honors General Biology II||Neal, Karen||
|Chemistry 112 Honors College Chemistry II||Sullivan, Ann||
|Philosophy 220 Honors Ethics||
|W 4:00-6:40||01NP (Parham)||39677|
Faculty Available for Contract Courses:
Certified Honors faculty may offer an Honors contract in a non-Honors course, allowing Honors students to receive Honors credit.
The Honors certified faculty are listed below by discipline. Honors Program students looking for an Honors contract in a course other than one of the designated Honors offerings should look for standard classes taught by one of the certified Honors faculty. Then, contact the Honors Program Coordinator and the Honors faculty member to begin arranging for a contract in a non-Honors course. Should you require assistance with this process, please contact the Honors Program Coordinator.
Barbara Lytton (literature and composition)
Teresa Creech (literature)
Maria Ramos (literature)
Jason Lira (literature)
Beth Bensen (composition)
Jane Rosecrans (literature)
Arleen Reinhardt (composition)
Karyn Pallay (composition)
D. Pulane Lucas
|Accounting||Andrew G. Foster|
*contract options are available only to Honors program students
**Students need to confer with faculty to create an Honors contract in the semester prior to the course being offered
Advising for Honors
The Honors Program Coordinator acts as a supplemental adviser for Honors Program students. Honors students should consult the Coordinator, Dr. Karen Layou, for assistance in planning their Honors curriculum, selecting Honors classes, arranging Honors contracts, and other matters as needed. Honors students retain their assigned academic adviser for all matters relating to the academic requirements in their curriculum of study.