Leadership and Engagement

Early Arrival Camp / Retreat Staff 

Honors students serve as staff members and small group leaders for a variety of early arrival retreats and course-based camps geared towards incoming honors students. These leaders are typically selected from among retreat and camp alumni.


Honors Executive Fellows

The Honors Executive Fellows work closely with members of the Honors Program's Executive Leadership on projects that support the mission, values, and Strategic Areas of Focus of the program. Honors Executive Fellows learn about the Honors Program while working on individual projects designed to support and engage the broader Honors community for two consecutive semesters. Honors Executive Fellows meet with their assigned Executive Leader regularly but complete most assignments and required project reports remotely.

The Honors Program values the unique perspectives and experiences these scholars bring into the conversations about our services, spaces, activities, events, and academic offerings. The Executive Leadership team welcomes conversations from current, good-standing members of the Honors student population about developing a project or serving in this capacity. Additional information and applications for Honors Executive Fellows will be shared via the Honors on Wednesday and Friday Focus. Through successful service, Honors Executive Fellows earn 2 academic or enrichment points and receive scholarship funding.

Leadership as an Honors Executive Fellow counts as an Honors Signature Experience. Meet the current Fellows here.


Honors Luminaries

The Luminaries are a group of academically diverse, highly-motivated student leaders who serve as the official tour guides and student representatives for the UF Honors Program.


Honors Student Organizations Leaders 

Learn about the many student organizations and leadership opportunities available through Honors. All Honors organization officers are invited to attend the Honors Student Leader Summit, hosted by the Honors office and Student Honors Organization, each fall and spring semester. Students who serve a full term as an elected executive board member in an Honors student organization are eligible to earn 1 enrichment point.

Honors students may apply to create a new Honors student organization. The application, available in the Experiential Learning module of the Honors Canvas Cohort, requires a fully realized proposal that meets established criteria. Proposals are reviewed by a faculty committee. New Honors student organizations must secure and seek the supervision of a faculty advisor. 

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