Engage the Clark Honors College community
The Clark Honors College Student Association (CHCSA) brainstorms and organizes academic, social, and volunteer service events for the CHC throughout the year. Come to a weekly CHCSA meeting to start your own project or work on an existing one.
Explore perspectives in an Inside-Out course
A national organization, Inside-Out brings college students together with incarcerated men and women to study as peers in a seminar behind prison walls.
Become a CHIP Leader
Help incoming freshman find their individual college paths while they learn more about the opportunities in Eugene and at the University of Oregon.
Publish in the Creative Arts Journal
Share your photos, poetry, fiction, and other creative work with the CHC and UO community, or help edit the journal.
Debate! Join the UO Forensics Team
The University of Oregon Forensics Program has an award-winning history of more than 100 years of speech and debate competition. Weekly practice keeps the UO team in shape for winning regional and national tournaments.
Share your uniqueness. Be part of Kaleidoscope
Kaleidoscope is committed to raising awareness and fostering appreciation for the unique diversity of each individual, while promoting diverse scholarly and social interactions within the Robert D. Clark Honors College, the University of Oregon, and national and international communities.
Participate in CHC Events
The CHC sponsors speakers, author readings, student conferences, and performances.
Check Out the EMU
Your fellow CHC students run for office in the ASUO student government, work in the Women's Center, hang out in Mills International Center, organize conferences in the Multicultural Center, or otherwise join one of the 250 student organizations hosted there.
Serve the Community
Get involved in the community by volunteering in local schools, working on wildlife preservation projects, and supporting the Service Learning Program.
Make It Happen
The Summer Reading Program was the brainchild of a student, Alex Goodell, as was the campus visit by Tracy Kidder, author of Mountains Beyond Mountains, the first book selected for the new summer reading program. The CHCSA, under Matt Hoffman, came to the faculty with the idea for CHIP. Want to see the CHC do something? Make it happen.