This is the home of the Cochise College Honors Projects. Our students complete a number of interesting projects every semester and the results of those projects will be posted here for the public to see.
Statement of Purpose
This site archives works by Cochise College Honors students and contains HON 250 Individual Honors Projects completed under the advisement of a faculty mentor, special assignments completed in fulfillment of Honors Contracts in General Education courses, and/or coursework completed in a variety of Honors courses offered at the college. Most of these projects have or will be presented at the annual Honors Colloquium held each spring at Cochise College.
Students wishing to have their honors work published must submit the following information:
Each submission must be accompanied by a 250-500 word abstract which gives a concise summary of the project and its thesis or purpose. All submissions must meet the highest standards of accuracy, clarity, grammatical coherence, and academic honesty. All research-based submissions must include, when appropriate, in-text citations and Works Cited Lists, listing all sources used, in the appropriate format for that discipline (MLA, APA, etc.).
All published submissions to the Cochise College Honors Archive will be protected under the college’s copyright standards. Every effort will be made by the editor to preserve each submission in its original form; however, in the interests of academic integrity and excellence, all submissions for publication, whether in hard or electronic copy, will be subject to editing, and students submitting their work must abide by any editorial additions, deletions, and/or corrections by the editor. Views expressed in this archive belong to the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cochise College.
Contact Mary B. Coyle at email@example.com to submit honors work for publication.
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