Enrichment points are for activities that involve you in the life of the University, broaden your perspective on society, and make you a better citizen.

Enrichment points are for activities that involve you in the life of the University, broaden your perspective on society, and make you a better citizen.

Activities worth 1 Honors point
     ·  Short-term study abroad approved by UFIC (typically 1-2 week programs)
     ·  Participate in a Partners in the Parks program
     ·  Participate in leadership activities (e.g., hold an executive board-level leadership position in a student organization or activity) (note: a  maximum of 3 points is allowed)
     ·  Full participation in a multi-day leadership or professional development conference (e.g. Gatorship)
     ·  Participation in a Florida Alternative Breaks trip
     ·  Attend the Honors Involvement Conference
     ·  Participation in an official UF performing arts group
     ·  Complete the H-Box

 Activities worth 2 Honors points
     ·  Six-week summer or semester study abroad approved by UFIC
     ·  Commplete at least 50 hours of community service (documentation required, hours may come from multiple sources) (note: a         
        maximum  of 4 points is allowed)
     ·  Complete an internship at least 45 hours in duration (note: a maximum of 4 points for 2 unique internships is allowed)
     ·  Successful completion of the Green Gator Graduation Cord Challenge through the Office of Sustainability
     ·  International Scholars Program completion (plus 1 academic point)

Please note that job / physician shadowing, committee chair positions, assistant director leadership positions do not count for enrichment points.

Summer research internships (e.g. REU’s) should be documented under Academic points – Research. They do not count as internships as the primary focus is still research.