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The Honors College Student Leadership Circle lends a diverse student voice to college issues and advises the deans and directors on various topics affecting students and their educational and social experiences at the Oregon State University Honors College. The Circle provides feedback on high-level college strategy, program interventions, and curricular initiatives. Additionally, the Circle may be charged with special initiatives to strengthen the sense of community and continue to build relationships with academic departments in hopes of enhancing the Honors College experience for all students.
For 2020-2021 the Student Leadership Circle will be focused on learning about and confronting bias and structural racism within our college.
The Honors College Student Leadership Circle consists of representatives from every undergraduate college at Oregon State University, the OSU Cascades Honors College community, the living and learning community within Sackett and West Halls, the Honors College Student Association, an Honors College Council student representative, the Honors College Curriculum Committee student representative, and an Honors College ambassador.
The Honors College Student Leadership Circle is convened by the Honors College Dean, meeting as needed for 60 minutes.
2020-2021 meetings are scheduled via Zoom for the following dates and times:
In order to participate, members of the Honors College Student Leadership Circle agree to share advice and counsel to college leadership on issues and concerns. In addition, participants need to be available to attend the meetings during the day/times outlined above. All participants must be willing to seek input from relevant student groups when issues arise and engage in ways that enhance the general wellbeing of the population that make up the Honors College.
To put yourself forward as a potential college representative please complete the form below. Forms are reviewed each fall at the beginning of the academic year.