The College Honors Institute (CHI) provides highly motivated students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievements the opportunity to participate in a program that challenges and deepens students’ scholarship, creativity, and commitment.

The CHI experience at Crafton Hills College provides students:

  • Potential priority consideration for admission to designated universities through honors transfer agreements
  • Use of the Honors Lounge (located in WEST-214)
  • An intellectually challenging curriculum
  • Distinctive transcript notations indicating the completion of honors coursework
  • Acknowledgment at convocation and commencement ceremonies
  • Opportunities to participate in scholarly research conferences
  • Opportunities to publish original work in honors journals
  • Invitations to special events

Share Your Story!
Friday, September 25, 2020
9 - 11 a.m.


For all of us, 2020 has been a year of unexpected upheaval, enduring privation, and continuous challenge. Each of us has accumulated a unique set of experiences, scars, coping strategies, victories and defeats.

We invite you to virtually share your relevant research, reflections, policy formulations, poetry, short stories, photography, art work, musical or dramatic compositions. Show us how you have reacted
to (or will proactively act toward) the great contemporary issues: COVID-19, BLM, lockdown, divisiveness.

All CHC stakeholders (students, faculty, staff, alum, community) are invited to share their creativity in whatever form they choose. For more details contact honors@craftonhills.edu 

Share Yourr Story Form

 Three students in the College Honors Institute program. 2017 CHI Graduates

From left to right: Derek Villavicencio (transferred to UC Irvine), Sierra Padilla (transferred to UC Berkeley, and Jade Saaty (transferred to Loma Linda University)