Honors College students sipped their morning brew at Cater Hall, for a “Cup at Cater” on the first day of class for the Spring... Read More
Prior to the Auburn University commencement, the Honors College holds a special “medal ceremony” for all Honors College gradates. Here we confer the Honors... Read More
Each semester, during finals week, the Honors College staff serves a hearty pancake breakfast for all Honors College students. It’s an added bonus to... Read More
This semester’s mid-term picnic was held on the newly renovated steps of Katharine Cooper Cater Hall on October 20th. Honors students from all academic levels and... Read More
This year the student organizations within the Honors College decided to work together and build a an overall Honors College homecoming float. Honors Congress, Honors... Read More
Hosted by the Honors College and the student organizations within the Honors College, Freshmen Frenzy is a time for fun and fellowship between incoming... Read More
The 2016 k(no)w poverty? Week of Service spans from Aug 5 – 13, 2016. Nearly 50 incoming Honors College students will spend the week... Read More
A few images from the Honors College k(no)w poverty? Week of Service event from 2015.
Two Honors College students, Emily Strobaugh and Mary Berkstresser, traveled to Flint, Michigan during Auburn University’s spring break. While there, the students experienced the lives of... Read More
Located on a beautiful campus in one of the nation’s most sought after towns, Auburn is brimming with life. Student activities here are where... Read More
A documentary that investigates incidents of hunger experienced by millions of Americans, and proposed solutions to the problem.
A documentary that follows former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich as he looks to raise awareness of the country’s widening economic gap.