Honors College Ambassadors are current students who share their experiences and stories with prospective students and their families. Ambassadors volunteer in providing tours of the Honors College, connecting with prospective students at events such as showcases, open house, and other special on and off campus events, and sometimes representing the Honors College at their former high schools.
The Honors College provides several student leadership opportunities available for current students, including but not limited to:
The HC Professional Development Council is dedicated to helping Honors College students make professional connections and learn information that will help them navigate the career development process and prepare their professional portfolios.
The Diversity Peer Education Program is an initiative by the Honors College at Rutgers University–New Brunswick. This program is dedicated to spreading cultural awareness and sensitivity as well as promoting diversity and social justice within the Honors College community.
The Honors College Student Advisory Board (SAB) is the active voice of the student body. Whether it is advocating for changes and improvements, promoting collaboration between students and faculty, or enhancing the HC experience with meaningful traditions, SAB provides a valuable student leader experience and an opportunity to shape life at the HC.
The Honors College Media Team is dedicated to capturing life in the Honors College community through the eyes of its students. Made up of photographers, videographers, graphic designers, writers, and other creative individuals, the Media Team contributes content to the Honors College website, student blog, social media platforms, newsletters, and marketing materials.
Resident Assistants are undergraduate student leaders who work and live in the various residence halls across the Rutgers–New Brunswick campus.
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.
The Honors College Service Assembly is a student-led group with the goal of providing the Honors College student population with community service opportunities based on the HC Serves service learning model, the integration of learning objectives with community service, and the mission of curiosity, knowledge, and purpose.
The Honors College Alumni Society (HCAS) serves alumni from all class years as well as current seniors during their transition to alumni status.