Honors College Office of the Provost

Student Organizations


The success of the Honors College goes beyond having specialized Honors courses to take. It is a community, and one that relies on fostering and strengthening ties by positioning its students to lead. This is especially true for the student organizations housed within the Honors College. The Honors College is home to three student organizations: Honors Congress, Diversity in Honors, and Honors Serves.

Honors Congress

Honors Congress members are involved with community service projects, athletic events, intramural sports, and social events, such as movie nights, game nights, and a semi-formal. With a wide variety of leadership opportunities, Congress is a great way to start your involvement with on-campus activities. To join the Honors Congress there is a one-time membership fee of $40.  For more information about the Honors Congress, please e-mail Susanna Allred, president. 

Diversity in Honors

As the Honors College’s organization for underrepresented and minority students, Diversity in Honors supports and enhances the educational experiences and opportunities available for students. A variety of professional development workshops, diversity forums, and social activities are offered by the organization throughout each semester. The organization encourages its members, including freshmen, to participate in committees, run for office, and vote. For more information on Diversity in Honors contact Nick Mueller, president.

Honors Serves

 Honors Serves offers a great opportunity for you to become involved in service within the community. This organization is student-led and focuses on service through education. Honors Serves offers numerous ways to volunteer, including serving at the Food Bank of East Alabama, offering companionship to patients with Compassus Hospice, tutoring Auburn High School students for the ACT, working at the Lee County Humane Society, partnering with PERIOD Auburn to eradicate period poverty, and showing thanks to our own campus with Here at Home. For more information contact president Chloe Moore or visit their AUInvolve page.

Last modified: September 7, 2022