campuses and Facilities ARE CLOSED.

All TCC campuses and facilities are immediately closed for Friday, February 27.

All evening activities for today are also cancelled.

Update posted 9:45 a.m., Friday, February 27, 2015


Honors Program

The TCC Cornerstone Honors Program provides unique learning opportunities that:

  • Stimulate creative thought and critical thinking
  • Promote self-confidence and communication skills
  • Bring cultural enrichment
  • Build tools for future scholastic success.

During the two-year program, Cornerstone students complete 21 core curriculum hours with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (B average). Cornerstone course hours count toward the 64 semester hours needed to graduate with an Associate of Arts degree.

Find out the requirements and apply for the Cornerstone Honors Program.

Why Honors?


You receive a $500 annual scholarship if you are accepted into the program. We recommend applying early. Space is limited!


Honors distinction is noted on your official transcript when you complete the program.


As a Cornerstone honors student, you are paired with and guided by faculty mentors known for excellence in teaching. You also have opportunities to lead, research, attend conferences and participate in service learning-all of which give you skills to succeed in life after Cornerstone.



Northeast Campus
Lisette Blanco-Cerda

Donovan Hufnagle, Ph.D.

Northwest Campus
Lynn Preston, Ph.D.

Julie Lantrip, Ph.D.

South Campus
Jeremy Byrd, Ph.D.

Mohammad Ganjizadeh

Southeast Campus
Thelisa Nutt, Ph.D.

Kathy Quesenbury, M.Ed.

Trinity River Campus
Jim Schrantz, Ph.D.


Updated April 09, 2014


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