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At the Clark Honors College, you're part of a community of 700 students who are outstanding academic achievers as well as energetic campus and community members. CHC students strive to make a difference in their lives—and in the world—by participating in groundbreaking research and activism. The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program offers students the opportunity to engage in conversation about our approaches to understanding crime, justice, freedom and inequality.
The Clark Honors College Student Association sponsors numerous social, academic, and volunteer service events throughout the year. It also provides a strong student voice in CHC governance, and supports various projects including the Summer Reading Program, the Clark Honors Introductory Program (CHIP), and the Honored Author series.
The Creative Arts Journal annually publishes student work and offers student editors and staff the opportunity to oversee production from start to finish.
Quick Thesis Information Links
How to identify thesis topics and thesis advisors
Thesis evaluation criteria
Looking for Further Information?
Who's my advisor? How do I schedule a thesis defense? How do I apply for a scholarship? Can I use the computer lab after 4:30pm? Current students can find answers to these questions on the CHC Blackboard site. Click on Bobby the platypus (to the right) for access: use your Duck ID and password. Find detailed thesis information, forms, and other resources on the CHC Blackboard site.
Besides accessing the CHC Blackboard site, consult with your CHC advisor and an advisor in your major as often as necessary, or at least once a year.