Honors Community Advocates

 

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The mission of HCA is to advocate for and develop an extraordinary community experience for Honors students at the University of Kansas. This will be achieved through coordinating social events, promoting good academic practices, participating in group volunteering, and fundraising to provide scholarship opportunities for Honors students.  This is achieved through coordinating social events, promoting good academic practices, participating in group volunteering, and fundraising to provide scholarship opportunities for Honors students. HCAs serves as a liaison between UHP faculty and students.  They provide academic and social support through events and networking.  They host informational workshops and fundraise by making merchandise and care packages available to Honors students.  HCAs create community service opportunities.  HCAs are expected to complete ten hours of service and to attend at least 75% of HCA meetings. Interested in joining? Contact HCA by email.

Biweekly Meetings:
Mondays, 6:30pm-7:30pm, Nunemaker Center

2019 HCA Leadership

President - Achal Patel

Vice President - Hayley Koontz

Treasurer - Nathan Ohl

Secretary - Trinity Krouse

Social Chair - Drew Windish

Service Chair - Emma Whitaker

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


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