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Honors Counseling
Honors Program

Honors students are required to meet with an Honors Counselor at least once each semester in order to remain in good standing in the Honors Program. Honors Counselors are available in the fall and spring semesters. The main Counseling office is A1111 on the LAC campus.

To schedule an appointment, go to A1111 or call (562) 938-4561. The counselors are listed below.

Counselor
Email                               
Phone                             
Office
Sara Blasetti 
sblasetti@lbcc.edu
(562) 938-4324 
A1104
Ann Marie Nunag 
anunag@lbcc.edu  
(562) 938-4292 
A1117
Judy Oh
joh@lbcc.edu
(562) 938-4359
A1091


Please know that even though you are required to meet with an Honors Counselor at least once each semester, they are available to meet with you as often as you like. They are here for you and can help you with all aspects of your school life as well as transfer. Please avail yourself of the valuable resource we have in our Honors Counselors. We encourage you to meet with them often.


Honors Program Counseling Appointment Checklist

Fall Semester

First Year Students

  1. Develop Comprehensive Educational Plan
    1. Identify transfer school
    2. Identify/choose major
      www.princetonreview.com/college/choosing-a-major.aspx
    3. Discuss associate degree options at LBCC
  1. Submit AP scores to Admissions & Records office
  2. Submit high school transcripts to Admissions & Records office
  3. Apply for LBCC scholarship:September 3 - December 4, 2013
  4. Select courses for following semester and possibly summer

Continuing/Transfer Students

  1. Determine final courses needed for transfer
    1. Minimum UC and CSU admissions
    2. Golden 4 for CSU/English 1 & 3, Math for UC
    3. Minimum major preparation
  2. Identify TAG school and prepare for September 30 deadline
  3. Apply for transfer
    1. UC schools:November 1 - November 30
      http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/how-to-apply/apply-online/index.html
    2. CSU schools:October 1 - November 30
      www.csumentor.com/AdmissionApp/
  1. Apply for LBCC scholarships:September 3 - December 4
  2. Determine final courses needed for the associate degree (if applicable)

Spring Semester

First Year Students

  1. Review fall grades and spring enrollment
  2. Update student educational plan
  3. Plan courses for summer and fall semesters
  4. Discuss transfer preparation
    1. Transfer application process
    2. TAG application process
    3. Develop personal statement

Continuing/Transfer Students

  1. Review fall grades and spring enrollment
  2. Apply for UCLA TAP and UCI Honors to Honors certification
    1. UCI: www.honors.uci.edu/prospectivetransfer.php
    2. UCLA: www.tap.ucla.edu/certification.htm
  3. Apply for associate degree – deadline is usually the sixth week of the semester.
  4. Complete General Education Certification form.This is usually done when students are accepted to a university and have submitted a “Statement of Intent to Register” (SIR).

To download Adobe PDF Honors Program Counseling Appointment Checklist

 

   
   

 

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