COVID-19 Response

Fall classes are offered in-person, online or hybrid. Registration is open for Fall 12-week and second 8-week semesters. Masks are required at all TJC facilities.

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Presidential Honors Program

What does it mean to be a part of Presidential Honors at TJC?

Presidential Honors is designed for the high-achieving student. It is a small and focused academic program within TJC with specialized honors coursework, dedicated honors faculty, individual advising and planning, reserved housing, and special transcript notation and distinction at graduation.

With mentorship, research and job-shadowing opportunities, Presidential Honors puts your needs and interests first. We endeavor to make you the best possible candidate for what you want to do next. Period.

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Advantages of being in Honors

  • Small class sizes
  • Personal advising
  • Honors study lounge with computers, free printing, and coffee bar
  • Dedicated Honors Living & Learning Community in TJC residence hall
  • Unique opportunities on campus as a member of Presidential Honors

International Service Opportunity

Environmental Citizenship in the Dominican Republic (3/6/2020-3/13/2020)​​ - Estimated 20 Service Hours

Trek into the central highlands of the Dominican Republic where mountainous landscapes, coffee plantations and alpine pastures stretch as far as the eye can see. Explore the area’s rich biodiversity while learning how reforestation and ecotourism efforts have significantly helped replenish the land. As you’re immersed in the local culture, you’ll work together with non-profits and community members to build sustainable solutions to the conservation, economic and social challenges they face.

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Intercultural Studies in Peru


Get to know Peru in its energetic capital of Lima, and trace Spain’s influence to modern times. With your blood pumping, you’ll ascend into the clouds to Cuzco, the historic capital of the Inca Empire and a gateway to pure adventure. See the impossibly perfect Incan masonry at Sacsayhuamán, staggering Incan agricultural laboratories—and who knew alpaca fur was so soft?

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