- Research & Experiential Learning
The Honors Activities and Advisory Committee (HAAC) is an organization for all UHC students. Students in HAAC are involved in campus activities in both big and small ways. HAAC meets weekly in the SLUG (Strand Basement) to plan events, both academic and recreational, service projects, and trips. HAAC projects include:
In addition to activities, members of HAAC also serve as student representatives of the UHC. In this way, HAAC serves as a place where students can voice their concerns and give feedback the college.
If you are interested in joining the Honors Activities and Advisory Committee, you are welcome to attend their weekly meetings posted on the UHC Calendar or contact the UHC office in STAG 229.
The Honors Council is a Faculty Senate committee consisting of at least six faculty members and at least two students. The Honors Council works with and advises the Dean, assisting in the curricular structure and content of the Honors College. This may include admissions, selection of Honors Faculty members, and maintenance and regular assessment of program quality. Students interested in becoming involved in the UHC Council should contact the University Honors College office in STAG 229 or by email.
Visit the University Honors College Council website for more information.
The Honors Envoys is a group of current UHC students who help represent the UHC at recruiting events, connect with new student prospects, and provide key assistance with UHC outreach. The Envoys are accessible via e-mail and listed throughout our website for you to connect with should you have any questions about what it is like to be a student in the UHC. If you are a current student interested in becoming an Honors Envoy please contact Kevin Stoller Executive Assistant for Student & Alumni Engagement