HONORS STUDENT COUNCIL
Honors Student Council is a student-run organization, while the University Honors Program (UHP) is an academic-based program. While we both operate together, the Honors Student Council is only open to UHP-students and does not participate in the academic works of UHP. We only host events and workshops that high-achieving students can participate in. Many of our events touch the realms of professional and career-technical development. Our events are meant to be avenues in which you can network with other students and brush up your skills for your future career.
Promote familiarity between like-minded individuals and encourages communication between UHP-students to sustain long-term professional development.
If you have concerns, complaints, suggestions, or comments about UHP please email them to Dr. Yap @uhp.csueastbay.edu
If you have questions about UHP contract requirements, event attendance, application process please email them to Dr. Yap @ uhp.csueastbay.edu
If you have questions, concerns, or suggestions for the Honors Room please email Amber @uhp.csueastbay.edu
If you have questions about events, types of events, details about events please email Simran @email@example.com
The University Honors Program provides outstanding students the opportunity for academic challenge through the completion of specialized courses, seminars and projects under the direction of faculty mentors.
Please list information about the organizations selection process and include membership requirements if applicable.
Open to all University Honors Program members.
The University no longer creates campus emails for clubs and organizations. We suggest using a self-created gmail account.
Arshdeep Singh Khinda
University Honors Program Assistant Coordinator
Please upload your organization's constitution. Follow the link to a template if needed. https://orgsync.com/117038/fi...
Please list your goals for the next year
1) Organize 3 informational/service event per quarter
2) Organize 2 social event per semester
3) Collaborate with another campus organization
(For example: social, service, brotherhood/sisterhood, leadership, physical/fitness, etc.)
Service Events, Community-Service Events, Volunteer Events, Informational and Social events, Professional Events, Business Events, Networking Events,