Honors Student Council
The Honors Program is overseen by an Honors Council which consists of the faculty teaching Honors courses, student representatives from each class, the Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Registrar, and a representative from Admissions. Student representatives on the council are Honors Program students in good standing and are elected by the Honors Program students in their class each year.

National Collegiate Honors Council

Anna Maria College's Honors Program is a member of the National Collegiate Honors Council [NCHC], the National Association of Honors Programs, and the Northeast Regional Honors Council [NRHC]. Each year, Honors students have the opportunity to present at the annual AMC Academic Symposium and the Regional NRHC annual meeting.

Founded in 1966, the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) is a unique educational organization designed to support and promote undergraduate honors education. NCHC has nearly 900 member institutions and several hundred individual members, impacting over 330,000 honors students. NCHC provides its members with resources, training opportunities and collaborative events to build and sustain honors programs and their curriculum. Students also have access to honors scholarships and exclusive events through NCHC and its members.

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