Getting Involved

The Honors College is dedicated to preparing student leaders who will help make the world better by creating a community where intellectual curiosity, hands-on collaboration, diversity, and giving back are central to our philosophy.

Honors College Programs

A number of Honors College programs occur which will be continued throughout our students’ college experience, including:

Honors College Welcome Days

multi-day, early arrival experience for Honors College students to participate in academic and social activities


Coffeehouses are monthly opportunities for student performers to showcase their talents and practice their skills.

HC Serves

A community service page with volunteer opportunities for Honors College students to engage meaningfully with their communities and a form to log service hours.

Class of 1970 Series

An educational series on behalf of the Class of 1970, during which students will engage with renowned faculty and speakers in an interdisciplinary discussion on the multiple facets of popular science fiction.

Student Leadership Opportunities

The Honors College provides several student leadership opportunities available for current students, including but not limited to:


Ambassadors is a student team dedicated to working with prospective students and families.

Community Liaisons

Community Liaisons live and serve alongside their peers by developing and executing programs designed to promote academic excellence, service learning, social justice/diversity, global awareness, leadership, and collaboration.

Diversity Peer Educators

Diversity Peer Educators engage in a semester long training on topics and issues related to social justice education and theories.

Media Team

Media Team is dedicated to capturing life in the Honors College community through the eyes of its students.

Mentors in Residence

Mentors in Residence are student leaders in residence who provide mentoring and programming support for the Honors College.

Resident Assistants

Resident Assistants are current undergraduate student leaders who work and live in the various residence halls across the Rutgers—New Brunswick campus.

Residence Hall Association (RHA)

Residence Hall Association (RHA) is the largest on-campus organization at Rutgers University and the largest organization of its kind in the country. Each residence hall has an RHA that is comprised of current residents who take on leadership roles to be the voice of the building’s residential population.

Student Advisory Board

Student Advisory Board is a student leadership group dedicated to supporting Honors College programs and new initiatives.

Contact Us

5 Seminary Place
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1167