With honors and heavy on the animation would be even better.
It is true - as the other answer popped up along with mine. If you are IMMENSELY talented then maybe you'd get in the door. There are 50,000 or more college graduates a year specializing in animation. It has become one of the most competitive fields in the world.
Pixar, today, Character shading. Sort of a support kind of job:
Work should exhibit a strong emphasis on surface history, demonstrating knowledge of how materials interact, change, and respond to illumination
Groom experience a plus
Color, composition, and render quality will also be evaluated
Reel should include both turntables and animated shots; material and layer breakdowns a plus
Personal artwork may be included, if relevant
Experience using 3D animation software required
Graphics programming, including: Renderman, Maya, SideFX Houdini and The Foundry's Nuke, & Katana a plus
Experience writing shaders with any major shading language (osl, rsl, glsl, C++) a plus
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Animation or Fine Arts recommended, though not required