Honors Student Affinity Groups

Launched in the Fall of 2022, the Honors Students of Color and LGBTQ+ Honors Students affinity groups helps students who identify in these ways build a sense of community and create networks of support with peers, faculty, and alumni. They operate in collaboration with the Multicultural Resource Center and the Q Center. All new students in honors programs receive details on how to participate in the Fall.

LGBTQ+ Honors Affinity Group

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Tina Chronopoulos

Associate Professor/Co-Undergraduate Director - AMS; Fellow, CEMERS

Middle Eastern and Ancient Mediterranean Studies; Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Honors Students of Color Affinity Group