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Honors College

collegekid1455collegekid1455 Registered User Posts: 26 Junior Member
Does anyone know how many students are in the Honors College program? And is it easy to find a clique while in it?

Replies to: Honors College

  • HandLMumHandLMum Registered User Posts: 34 Junior Member
    My daughter is a sophomore in the Honors College and loves it. I don’t know numbers - will ask if she knows - but can tell you that kids definitely seem to find their friend groups there! She rooms/hangs out with a very eclectic group of about 15 who all met in the honors dorm freshman year. I think living in one of the Honors dorms and/or participating in the Honors Week of Service prior to school starting are key. She was OOS and knew almost no one at Auburn, but the combination of the Week of Service and the friends she made in the Honors dorm have given her a great group. The Honors College does have social activities and a spring formal, too, as well as an Honors Congress and other ways you can become involved.
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