Want to connect with old friends or help a senior who's worried about what's next?
You've come to the right place to connect with us and our students –– past and present.
Check out the 2020 issue of A+ magazine, which confronts a challenging year head on, from the COVID-19 pandemic to national
As always, A+ features honors students' research and projects — including a very 21st-century proposal for rebuilding Paris' beloved Notre Dame cathedral. Ready for a bit of fun? Take a road trip along Route 66 in Nicholas Broadbent's 1969 "hugger orange" Camaro and learn how his work here on campus and in Germany prepared him to help develop autonomous race cars at Stanford.
Also on this page:
- Connect with friends: Explore our Alumni portal to learn how our young alumni are making waves out in the real world, catch up with former classmates, and while you're at it, make sure you're on our mailing list.
- Join us: We also offer events open to everyone on campus and in the community, such as the
annual Honors College Mic lecture and our popular House Concerts. Join us for these special events, and please visit us when you're on campus!
- Support current students: We also welcome your support for important initiatives such as service learning and our Path Program, which provides mentoring and scholarships for exceptional students from underrepresented populations. To learn how you can help, visit Make a Gift.
Chances are, you made a few friends in H2P, late night labs and Hotz Honors Hall. Our publications will help you stay in touch with old friends and faculty mentors – please be sure to keep us updated on your career and current contact info! We'll keep you informed on upcoming lectures, gatherings and networking events.
Student Volunteer Opportunities
We encourage our students to get involved and make a difference - whether it's providing health information to underserved communities in Central America or helping out right here at home.
Friday, Sept. 10, 2021, 9 a.m.-4 p.m, Gearhart Hall Courtyard
Want to weave a bamboo star –– or help us build a rainbow-bright bit of hyperbolic geometry? Come on down to our three-ring Math Circus, the Honors College contribution to the U of A’s 150th birthday celebration, Come as You Arkansas. We’ll offer activities for all ages, from chalking sidewalks with geometric patterns to creating jumbo pop art that packs a mathematical punch. Join us and learn just how beautiful mathematics can be!
Honors College Mic
Wed., Oct. 27, 5:30 p.m. Short reception to follow.
Honors College alumna Ayana Gray is a rising star in the literary world. Her debut novel Beasts of Prey, the first in a trilogy snapped up by Penguin, is a pan-African inspired fantasy that follows two Black teenagers who strike a deal to enter a magical jungle and take down the monster that’s been menacing their city for close to a century.
The Honors College House Concerts series was launched when internationally acclaimed concert pianist Jura Margulis first encountered the Honors Student Lounge in Gearhart Hall and predicted that it would be a great space for enjoying music. He was right! The beautifully appointed room provides a comfortable setting for our intimate concerts.