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Hutton Honors College

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Announcements Extracurriculars

WELCOME HHC CLASS OF 2021


See Course List for FALL 2017 Honors Course Offerings.
See Course Descriptions for FALL 2017 Honors Course Offerings.


See information about Hutton Honors College Advising here.

Find out about HHC grant opportunities here.




HHC News

Two HHC Students Receive Goldwater Scholarships. Details.

Four HHC Students Selected as Undergraduate Presidential Interns by IU President Michael A. McRobbie. Details.

Wells Scholar and HHC student Morgan Mohr named Rhodes Scholar. Details.

Learn about the Shirey Art Collection at the HHC.

Campus & Other Announcements


We are looking forward to presenting a series of programs on the theme “Many Worlds, One Globe” as part of the HHC's continuing celebration of its 50th Anniversary and in anticipation of the IU Bicentennial in 2020. Additional programming will speak to the wide range of student interests.

Coming soon…

8/21
Be a Part of IU's Solar Eclipse Celebration!

On Monday, Aug. 21, the first day of classes, Bloomington will be in the path of a partial (94%) solar eclipse, and IU will be hosting its first ever Solar Eclipse Viewing Party! You can be part of the action by volunteering as a solar eclipse peer educator—and/or by proposing and organizing an HHC activity for the party.
Volunteer registration required.

8/24
HHC Extracurricular Programs Volunteer Call-Out Meeting

At this call-out meeting, student committee members will discuss some of this semester's upcoming events, describe in more detail the opportunities available to volunteers, and be eager to hear your ideas.
Free and open to all.

9/14
Undergraduate Supper with Pulitzer Prize Winning Poet Paul Muldoon

Join your fellow undergraduates for supper and an informal conversation with Paul Muldoon, a celebrated poet, professor of poetry, scholar, critic, arts activist, and translator.
Sign-up required.

9/22
Ethics for Breakfast: Ethics in Space

Come for coffee, a croissant, and a discussion about ethics in space led by Lisa Pratt, Provost Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and a member of NASA's Return Sample Science Board for the Mars 2020 mission.
Sign-up required.


Continue to check the Current Programs page for information about upcoming HHC programs!

If you have program ideas to suggest for the 2017-2018 school year, please let us know by emailing Becca Creath (bcreath@indiana.edu).

Are you an HHC student who is interested in becoming an HHC extracurricular programs volunteer?
If yes, fill out this form!

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