CHCSA: Clark Honors College Student Association
The Clark Honors College Student Association (CHCSA) provides fun and unique ways for students to pursue three important interests: intellectual development, volunteer service, and recreation. By participating in activities that support these interests, CHC students contribute to the CHC and greater Oregon communities. All CHC students are members of the CHCSA; there are no dues. See the CHCSA Bylaws for a formal statement of the group's structure and objectives.
Events & Services
The CHCSA supports many events each year, benefiting CHC students and the local community. These events are listed on the CHCSA Calendar and include:
- An annual evening event at the Hult Center where CHC students see a live performance like Avenue Q or Wicked
- Beach clean-ups on the Oregon Coast
- Movie nights in the EMU
- An overnight trip to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival
- Seminars with honored authors, guest lecturers and alumni
- End-of-term picnics
- Service Days at local non-profits like Next Step Recycling and with the Friends of Hendricks Park
- Intramural sports teams
- Mentorship opportunities at local schools and other volunteer opportunities. See the Volunteer Service page for more information.
Additionally, the CHCSA administers the Clark Honors Introductory Program (CHIP) for incoming students. The CHCSA also provides input in the selection process when the CHC hires new tenure-track professors.
The CHCSA offers many opportunities for leadership and involvement. Weekly CHC meetings are open to all CHC students. For Spring 2013, CHCSA meetings take place every Monday from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. in Chapman 123. Weekly meeting notes are available here.
Contact CHCSA Vice President Maggie Witt with questions, comments, or suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.org
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