Alumni & Community


Welcome !

Whether you are one of the over 4,000 graduates of the Clark Honors College, or the parent of a current CHC student, we are so pleased that you are part of our community! We offer a growing number of opportunities to get involved in the Clark Honors College, open to CHC alumni, parents, and families alike. Please take a minute to let us know how best to reach you so that we can keep you in the loop about upcoming honors college events and share our quarterly e-newsletter with you.

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As an alumnus of the Clark Honors College, we want to support you in staying connected to the college and to your fellow alumni, and we want to encourage you to enrich the community through interacting with current CHC studentsWhat made a difference to you while you were in the CHC?  A faculty mentor? An internship? A study abroad experience that opened doors you didn’t even know existed? We invite you to share these experiences with current CHC students through informal talks, newsletter articles, and mentorship or internship opportunities.

  Contact us with your ideas! 


Family members are crucial to the academic and personal success of our students.

You have played a pivotal part in supporting your student to become a member of the Clark Honors College community. We invite you to become part of our community as well!

Explore important information for families of both new and current students.


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CHC Connections

The Clark Honors College launched an online alumni reunion book in April 2021 to mark the 60th anniversary of the college. It has since evolved into an exciting and valuable means of communicating with many of our over 4000 alums. Now that the book is no longer solely about the reunion, we are changing the name to CHC Connections. An invitation to create a personal page in this digital book was sent to all alumni for whom we had a current email address, and will be sent to each graduating class going forward. If you did not receive an invitation and would like to be included, please contact Elin England at



CHC Alumni News

Ryan Horiuchi is tapping into his Honors College education by using research and his roots to give fans the Trail Blazer experience he grew up with.

Through his determination, compassion and track record helping others, alum Jakob Hollenbeck landed a full-tuition scholarship to Georgetown Law School.

Featured in the Colorado Sun, CHC alum Rachel King is the author of the novel “People Along the Sand,” the linked short story collection “Bratwurst Haven” and two poetry chapbooks.

CHC thesis students had three minutes to verbally present the idea behind their thesis and research, including the use of one slide.

More CHC Alumni Stories



Upcoming Events

The CHC 2023 Graduation Celebration will be held onTuesday, June 20th, 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 Chapman Hall and Tykeson Lawn. 

Family Resources

Advising resources available to all CHC students, including CHC professional advisors, advising tips, opportunities and more.


“Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance.”  - Verna Myers


The Clark Honors College has a unique commitment to ensuring that equity and inclusion are at the center of all the work we do.  


Learn about equity and inclusion at CHC


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Elin England

Elin England, Director, Alumni & Community Engagement | 541-346-2995