Life at Navarro College
Navarro College is a two-year accredited, state-supported, community college with five distinct campuses. Navarro has a long history of service to the community and is committed to creating a learning environment that is accessible, affordable, responsive, and innovative.
Navarro College provides educational opportunities that empower students to achieve their personal, academic, and career goals and that promote life-long learning for all communities served.
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Dallas, Texas is less than an hour from Navarro College. A combination of old west charm, southwestern culture, and metropolitan conveniences, the area is full of things to do, both indoors and outdoors. Discover over 20,000 acres of parkland with 18 lakes, explore numerous galleries as you stroll through the Arts District, or attend a Dallas Cowboys football game at AT&T Stadium. Enjoy world-famous barbeque and Tex-Mex cuisines in the West End district or great shopping in Highland Park.
Graduates of American Honors have unlimited options for where they’ll go next. Our network of four-year colleges and universities extends from coast to coast, including institutions such as Louisiana State University and Ohio State University, Ole Miss, and Purdue University. American Honors program graduates have been accepted at Baylor University, Vanderbilt University, Georgetown University and many other top-tier schools. Learn how the transfer process works through American Honors.
Student Clubs & Organizations
Get involved in any of Navarro College's 30+ student organizations. Engage in service through the Leo Club, get involved on campus in Student Government Association, or stay on top of international affairs with the Mixed International Cultures Club (MIC).
Take your honors academics to the next level with Phi Theta Kappa (the National Honors Society for community colleges) or participate in a variety of recreational and collegiate athletics.
Starting your college career close to home doesn’t mean that living at home is your only option. At Navarro, both domestic and international applicants have housing options close to campus.
Residence Hall. Live in a secure, fully-furnished apartment-style residence hall with students from around the world. Enjoy the experience of on-campus living by taking part in residence life activities and the convenience of being only steps away from class.
Single Room. Rent a private furnished room in the home of a local family. Accommodations include access to bathroom facilities and the family kitchen where you can prepare your own meals. Single rooms are generally located within 45 minutes of campus and convenient to public transportation
Apartment. There are many apartments near campus. However, we do not make specific placement arrangements. We recommend that international students first live in a temporary homestay, then choose an apartment when you are familiar with the area.
Academic Pathways & Courses
The following presents an example of the coursework you might take as you pursue an Associate’s Degree through American Honors. Most American Honors programs require that 40% of your credits come from Honors courses.
Individual student curricula will vary based on their intended degree path. For example, if you are interested in the health sciences you would take Biology courses instead of Physics courses to satisfy your science requirements.
Example class schedule
1 Social Science
1 Honors Leadership Seminar
2 Social Science
1 Honors Transfer Seminar
1 Honors Capstone
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American Honors takes a holistic approach to admissions, which means that we take into account both the competitive and compelling attributes of students to determine if they would be a good fit for the program.
Speak to an admissions officer: 903-265-6095
There is no fee to apply to American Honors.
For details on deadlines, tuition and fees, and application requirements please view the Admissions Details.