Welcome to the EKU Honors Student Advisory Council, better known as HSAC, website! Here, you can find the bios of HSAC officers, current events, coming soon events, and photos from volunteer and social functions!
The mission of the Honors Student Advisory Council shall be to promote a spirit of service among the Honors Program populous by providing quality community service opportunities.
Honors Leadership Positions
It's that time of year again for new Honors Ambassadors, Honors 100 mentors, and HSAC officers to be chosen! Interested in one of these positions? Scroll down to see the different positions and a short description of each of them. Check the "Calendar" tab for information on due dates for applications and interviews!
Serves as President in their absence, monitors attendance at HSAC events, monitors HSAC bylaws and holds members accountable, and assists Service Coordinator in planning and executing service events. This person becomes President in their second year. This office is a two academic year commitment.
Takes minutes at each HSAC meeting, advertises all HSAC events, and assists Service Coordinator in planning and executing service events. This office is a one academic year commitment.
Maintains and reports HSAC budget, plans and monitors fundraising needs, and assists Service Coordinator in planning and executing events. This office is a one academic year commitment.
Serves as contact person for all service projects and community agencies, and presents and coordinates all service events (at least eight each year, in cooperation with the rest of the officers). This office is a one academic year commitment.
Honors Ambassadors are an elite group of EKU Honors students who serve as student representatives to prospective students, EKU Honors alumni, and the EKU community. Honors Ambassadors get to share their experiences as EKU Honors students as they promote the program to students, parents, and alumni. Honors Ambassadors must be able to commit to one academic year.
HON 100 Mentors
HON 100 peer mentors work with an HON 100 faculty instructor to facilitate an HON 100: Honors Seminar course. The scope of work required of an HON 100 peer mentor will be determined by the faculty instructor and the student. HON 100 peer mentors may earn one hour of HON 390 credit for their work and must be able to commit for the Fall 2018 semester (must attend HON 100 class one time a week and may have additional meetings with faculty instructor.
- Visit http://honors.eku.edu/HON100Mentor for the list of HON 100 sections that need a peer mentor
- Contact the HON 100 faculty member you are interested in working with and ask to meet with that person about being their HON 100 peer mentor
- Meet with that faculty member and complete the HON 100 Student Mentor Proposal Form and HON 390 Credit Form
- Submit the completed paperwork to the Honors Program (University 139) by Friday, April 27th, 2018