The Honors Experience at Queensborough

Published: October 13, 2016

By Neeraj John

I had the Honors program experience only  through Honors sections. I completed three science Honors classes in Chemistry and Calculus and I am registered for one more this Spring 2016. Honors  sections became really special because of the support of both instructors and classmates. Since the class size is  small it is easier to make friends and work as a   cohort.

Moreover students feel more comfortable in  interacting with the faculty who are always available to help us critically think. It was certainly a privilege to be part of this program because I had the opportunity  to attend seminars and network with outside speakers.  I would strongly recommend this opportunity to all Queensborough students.


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