Co-Curricular Involvement

From the lounges of your residence hall to campus-wide events to local excursions to overnight camping experiences, Honors has something for everyone.

Did you miss the Honors Weekly Update?  Catch up here.

A winning costume at the Halloween Spooktacular. The Honors Planning Board hosted Coffee & Conversation with Dr. Alan Fox and 15 students. In the Food Lab, students learn to prepare healthy Indian recipes and enjoy dinner together.
Pie Your Munson Fellow, planned by the First Year Fellows. The Honors Adventure Club explores state and national parks. Munson Fellows celebrate the holidays at our annual ugly sweater party.
HENS (Honors Engaged in Neighborhood Service) members serve at the Clothing Bank and other local centers. Dr. Munson’s Study Breaks happen every Wednesday night at 9:00 pm in Redding. Dr. Sujata Bhatia took students to see the R.E.P.’s performance of Twelfth Night.
Real Student Experience: Julian Baseman ’17 
The Honors Coffeehouse was one event that stood out. The First Year Fellows were in charge of planning it in the spring semester, and it taught us lessons like how to work together, divide responsibilities, and compromise to achieve a goal.  It also gave us opportunities to showcase our talents in a comfortable setting. I remember feeling very inspired by the performances and that planted a musical seed in me.  Honors also made it feel like you were part of a small family. As I look back, I am grateful for the friendships I made during study breaks, ice cream on the porch, engaging classes, and lectures.Julian earned an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Economics.  While in Honors, he served as a First Year Fellow and an Honors Peer Advisor, where he helped with Honors New Student Orientation.

To learn more about any of our groups, visit these specific pages: