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Student Leadership and Engagement

You don’t need to look much past your front door for leadership opportunities and ways to engage with the honors community.

Artists in Residence

The Honors College Artists in Residence Program is open to honors students majoring in any field. Applicants submit a project proposal and budget which are reviewed by a committee. The year-long residency culminates with an exhibition in the Honors Resindence Hall.

Honors Ambassadors

Honors Ambassadors are a hand-picked team of Honors College students who exemplify Honors College qualities of leadership, research, service, scholarship, and global citizenship. They are driven intellectuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and passions, but have also been known to sometimes sleep through their alarms and run late for class. They blog, Instagram, email, hang out on the Horseshoe and love to answer questions about life at the Honors College. 

Honors Mentors

The Honors Mentor program is a program for incoming Honors College freshmen to help ease the transition into the Honors College and university life by grouping new students with experienced upperclassmen. New students will then have a contact from the first day they arrive on campus to help them navigate this new collegiate lifestyle.

Honors College Student Workers

The Honors College student workers play a role in the day-to-day operations of the Student Services department while gaining professional skills. Responsibilities include clerical duties such as filing and answering the Honors College main phone line, providing customer service to students in the Computer Lab, assisting Honors College Advisors with projects, and data entry within our internal database. Student workers also assist in specialized areas like IT and marketing.