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Honors Student Organizations

Club Theater

Club Theater is an organization of students who love the craft of acting and producing original work but who are not theater majors. Contact Club Theater officers to get involved.

The Great Conversation Student Committee

Decorations Committee members team up with fellow Honors students to apply their creative talents to designing table decorations that reflect the wide array of subjects being discussed at The Great Conversation. Committee members will have the opportunity to attend the event and engage in conversation with community and University leaders. 

Honors Ambassadors

The Honors Ambassadors is a group of Honors College students selected to represent the College at a variety of events, including college nights at local high schools, Honors College Open Houses, Cougar Fridays, Honors College Advisory Board meetings and The Great Conversation. Applications to the organization are available, and interviews are conducted at the beginning of each fall and spring semester. For more information, contact the Honors Ambassadors officers.

Student Governing Board

The Student Governing Board (SGB) functions as a liaison between the Honors faculty, administration, and students. Each semester, SGB conducts student evaluations of Honors faculty. SGB officers are elected to annual terms, and meetings are open to all Honors College students. In addition, SGB is responsible for planning various social activities for the College. For more information, contact the SGB officers.

Honors Advocates

Honors Advocates is a volunteer organization that recruits and orients new students to the University and the Honors community. Some advocates also serve as advisors and counselors with the Honors staff during summer orientation sessions and the Honors Retreat. For more information, contact the organization at Interested in attending a phone-a-thon? See a list of phone-a-thon dates here

Honors College Mentorship Program

The Honors College Mentorship Program provides guidance and support to incoming students through peer mentoring. Incoming Honors students are encouraged to meet with student mentors regularly as well as participate in a variety of Honors community-building events to ensure a successful transition to the University of Houston. Meet our Mentors and learn more about events!