CHC 2021 New Student Orientation

Scenes from New Student Orientation, 2021

Photos by Jasper Zhou, CHC Communications

On September 21, Clark Honors College welcomed their newest incoming class. Welcome class of 2025! Noted for being the biggest first-year class in CHC history, students hailed from all over the country, including the Bay Area, Arizona, southern California, Washington state and even Wyoming. 

Interim Dean Carol Stabile kicked off the celebration with an address, followed by Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies Daphne Gallagher, Director of the First-Year Experience Dr. Angela Rovak, Associate Dean for Faculty Carol Paty, and Associate Dean of Advising and Strategic Partnerships Elizabeth Raisanen. Students then checked out the Student Resource Fair and grabbed CHC swag, including stickers deigned by CHC alum Lauren Jin, masks, party beads, and the infamous CHC tote bag. 

We are so happy you're here!

First-year students gather for info groups on the UO quad.

Art history professor Kate Mondloch leads an info group at New Student orientation at CHC.

Interim Dean Carol Stabile and CHC administrators introduce themselves to new CHC students.

CHC students meet each other for the first time.

Student browse through the CHC resource fair.

Interim Dean Carol Stabile addresses the class of 2025.

Associate Dean Daphne Gallagher fills students in on life at CHC.

Associate Dean Elizabeth Raisanen addresses the newest CHC first-year cohort.

CHC is excited to welcome the newest incoming class.