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The University Honors Program sponsors events with honors students, faculty, staff, and the community. Hang out with the honors community and learn something new!

Upcoming Honors Events

Honors Fall 2024 Course Preview

February 22, 5:30-7 pm, Library Breezeway

Join the Honors community for the Fall 2024 Course Preview! Explore new courses that will be offered and meet the wonderful faculty behind them. The course preview is a meet-and-greet style event: walk around and talk to instructors one-on-one. Plus, pizza! Come and go as you are able. 

Honors Student Council Meetings

Thursdays, February 15 & 29, March 14 & 28, April 11 & 25, May 9 6:30 pm, Bridgman Basement

Join HSC for one of their meetings this semester to learn about their work planning events and new initiatives, developing ways to support their fellow honors students, and serving as the student voice of the Honors Program. Anyone living on upper campus can swipe into Bridgman; someone will be waiting outside by the picnic table until 6:30 to let in anyone who can't swipe in. Email for more information.

HSC Presents "Under the Sea"

February 29, 6-8 pm, Dakota Ballroom

Join the Honors Student Council for an enchanting evening of games, food, crafts, and a special escape room, all exploring this year's theme of "Under the Sea." Everyone is welcome!

Honors Helping Scouts

April 13

Work with other honors students to teach merit badge classes to local scouts, and earn 15 hours of service-learning along the way. Email by the end of February to join us!

Honors Presents "Swiftology"

March 11, 5-6 pm, Honors Commons

Enjoy a fun course highlight event for our Fall 2024 Taylor Swift course called 'Swiftology: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Taylor Swift's Music & Impact'. This evening will consist of a brief highlight on the course and what it will be offering. We will be playing SINGO (BINGO with music) and in true Swiftie fashion, we will end the evening making friendship bracelets and offer karaoke. This event is limited to 30 attendees, please register on BlugoldConnect+ to save a spot! Register Here

Fulbright Information Session

March 27, 6-7 pm, Library 2023

Join Anna Dresnack, UWEC's Fulbright Program Advisor, to learn more about the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. If you're interested in traveling abroad after you graduate, don't miss the chance to learn more about Fulbright, which is a US State Department-funded program that sends recent college grads across the world to teach English, enroll in a grad program, or complete a research project. Whether you're a freshman or about to graduate, join us to learn more.

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