National Collegiate Honors Council


Date of this Version

Fall 2006


Published in Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council 7:2, Fall/Winter 2006. Copyright © 2006 by the National Collegiate Honors Council.


So, you have been asked to administer the honors program at your institution. You have no idea what it means since, for the past fifteen years, you have been teaching three sections of English composition and literature courses each semester. No one tells you that overnight you will have to become a public relations guru, an expert in planning and organization, a specialist in stretching a meager budget, a top-notch communicator and consensus builder, an effective fundraiser, and an authority on honors education.