National Collegiate Honors Council


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National Collegiate Honors Council Monograph Series


National Collegiate Honors Council, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

Series Editor,Jeffrey A. Portnoy, Perimeter College, Georgia State University

Production Editor, Mitch Pruitt, Wake Up Graphics LLC

Cover and text design, 47 Journals LLC

ISBN: 9781945001222


Copyright 2023, National Collegiate Honors Council


Introduction: The Elective System, Honors Degrees, and Academic Advising, Erin E. Edgington

Part I: Theoretical and Philosophical Approaches

Chapter 1: How Honors Advising Is Different, Philip L. Frana

Chapter 2: Advising with Purpose: Utilizing the Motivation for College Success Model, Stephanie Veltman Santarosa

Chapter 3: Motivation in Honors Advising, Matthew T. Best, Kenneth E. Barron, Jared Diener, and Philip L. Frana

Chapter 4: Advising Honors Students: Motivational Interviewing as a Tool for Identity Building and Development, Chelsea McKeirnan

Chapter 5: Intellectual Humility, Honors, and Appreciative Advising: Exploring with Students that Changing Their Mind Does Not End the World, Alan Sells

Chapter 6: Advising to Support Meaning Making and Purpose: Helping Honors Students Focus on Priorities and Evaluate Opportunities Through Intention Setting, Kristy Spear, Ron Cahlon, and Katherine McCall

Part II: Applied Approaches

Chapter 7: Honors Advising for Large Programs, Art L. Spisak and Holly B. Yoder

Chapter 8: Mentoring in the Mix: Building Mentoring Capacity Intentionally in a New Honors College, Kathryn Butler-Valdez, Hailey Silver Rodis, and Audrey Cerfoglio

Chapter 9: Advising First-Generation and Socioeconomically Diverse Honors Students, Angela D. Mead

Chapter 10: Exploring the Relationship Between Mindset, Mental Health, and Academic Performance Among College Students, Eileen Makak, Douglas A. Medina, and Harmony D. Osei

About the Authors

About the NCHC Monograph Series