Alumni & Friends

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The CHC community comprises alumni, family members, and friends from all walks of life. Our alumni community has more than 4,000 members, living and working in over 360 cities and 16 countries around the world. Many of our family supporters are CHC alums and parents to one or more recent CHC graduates. Community members committed to promoting the value of a liberal arts education are some of our biggest supporters. We are glad you have joined us!

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CHC Connections

Originally designed to celebrate the Clark Honors College’s 60th anniversary, CHC Connections is a digital class book that has evolved into an exciting and valuable social network. Current students have access and can reach out to alumni with questions about their thesis, career path, or industry sector. If you are a CHC alum and would like access, please contact Elin England. 

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Messages from the Dean

Hear from CHC Dean Carol Stabile on what's happening in Chapman Hall, reflections on higher education on our campus and plans for the future. 

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News from the CHC

CHC senior Dominic Adams talks about his non-traditional path through college and learning about religion, philosophy, and disability studies.

Senior Sydney Beck came to the Clark Honors College so she could enter the 3+3 law program and shorten her undergraduate career. She’s well on her way to becoming a lawyer.

CHC senior Aarushi Dhamdhere imagines a world where helping others isn’t seen as a feel-good chore but a learning experience.

CHC senior Ethan Dinh has spent three years in UO’s Guldberg Lab, and hopes to continue researching while becoming a dentist.

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Alumni Stories

CHC alum Ann Oluloro works to bridge the gap of disparities for Black women in the health world as a doctor of gynecology at the University of Washington.

How three 2018 CHC alums have used their theses to support their careers.

CHC alum Deborah Wang carried a heavy patient load in her optometry work, but her affinity for helping those around her began long before she became a doctor.

Animator Mary Vertulfo draws from her creative roots in Eugene and her time at the Clark Honors College to visually share the best of brands, social justice, and identity.

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Invest in the CHC

Much of what we do at Clark Honors College would not be possible without the support of generous alumni and friends.  With those contributions, we can provide an intimate learning environment; recruit and retain first-generation college students and transfer students; provide unique courses that take students outside of the classroom; and more. Your support makes these hallmark CHC experiences possible to offer time and time again. 

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Family Resources

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.