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HON 210 - College Honors Advisory Council

1 Credits, 1 Contact Hours
1 lecture period 0 lab periods

Student representatives to the College Honors Advisory Council (CHAC) attend CHAC meetings and participate in discussions and decision making; participate in Honors Program events and engagement activities, including local campus events; and take on leadership roles in the Honors Program, the Honors Club, PTK, and/or their local campuses.

Prerequisite(s): HON 101  or concurrent enrollment.
Information: May be taken three times for a maximum of three credit hours. If this course is repeated, see a financial aid or Veteran’s Affairs advisor to determine funding eligibility as appropriate.


Course Learning Outcomes
  1. Engage in service learning.
  2. Apply principles of good communication to collaborate.
  3. Demonstrate leadership skills.
  4. Produce an end-of-semester report.

Outline:
  1. Actively Participate in Monthly Meetings of the College Honors Advisory Council Meetings (CHAC)
    1. Collaborate with administrators, faculty, and students on CHAC to make decisions about the Honors Program
    2. Actively participate in the processes that are necessary to implement the decisions, including:
      1. Doing research
      2. Coordinating with other organizations within Pima or in the community
      3. Following through on commitments
  2. Actively Participate in Meetings of the Honors Club
    1. Collaborate with students in Honors Club to make decisions about service, leadership, and social activities.
    2. Actively participate in the processes that are necessary to implement the decisions, including:
      1. Doing research
      2. Coordinating with other organizations within Pima or in the community
      3. Following through on commitments
  3. Actively participate in Honors Program, Honors Club, PTK, and/or campus engagement activities.
  4. Take on leadership roles and responsibilities in the Honors Program, Honors Club, PTK, and/or local campuses, including reporting to HON 101 classes about all Honors activities and opportunities.


Effective Term:
Fall 2016



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