City College Honors Program
- Consideration for CCNY scholarships of up to $10,000 per year for four years
- General Education courses that offer exceptional intellectual challenges and rewards
- Intensive mentoring and advisement from faculty and dedicated honors advisors
- First-day registration privileges
Entering first-year students must have a high school average of at least 88% and appropriate performance on the standardized tests, SAT or ACT. Students in any major may be accepted into the Honors Program. Students accepted into both the Honors Program and the Sophie Davis School for Biomedical Education B.S./M.D. program (which requires a special application) cannot enroll in both programs, but must select one. For the class admitted fall 2013 (Class of 2017), the average high school G.P.A. was 93.7 (on a scale of 100) and the average SAT (math and verbal) was 1314.
New first-year students will be considered for the program if they have applied to the Macaulay Honors College at the City College or if they have applied for scholarships at City College using the scholarship application available for downloading from www.ccny.cuny.edu under the headings Prospective Student/Admissions/Scholarships. Students applying via the Macaulay Honors College need not submit a regular CUNY admissions application. Students applying using the City College Scholarship form must also submit a regular CUNY application form (available at http://cuny.edu), indicating City College as their college of choice. A very small number of incoming transfer and continuing students may be admitted to the program at the discretion of the director. To be considered these students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher and should have at least five general education (core) course requirements remaining, depending on their majors. Transfer students must have applied for admission to City College (online at http://cuny.edu) and submitted the City College scholarship application (download from http://ccny.cuny.edu under the headings Prospective Student/Admissions/Scholarships). Continuing students are considered only for fall term admission. They should submit the City College Continuing Student Honors Program Application, which is available here, or from the Honors Center (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Students in the City College Honors Program complete their general education (core) requirements in honors core courses. All students entering fall 2007 semester (except B.A. students) in the City College Honors Program take at least five honors core courses. Additional required courses vary depending on the student's degree objective