In the SAS Honors Program, learning takes place both inside and outside the classroom. Honors students have the unique chance to engage with deans, faculty, and other students through our SASHP Engagement opportunities.
The Artists Collective is a collaborative group for Honors student artists to fuse academics and the arts through various creative endeavors. The Artists Collective hosts a variety of events for students to experience and express themselves through art.
The SASHP Faculty Mentor Program matches new Honors students with a faculty member who provides valuable guidance and mentorship during their first year at Rutgers.
Honors Global Experiences take the classroom abroad with international, interdisciplinary courses led by Honors faculty and staff.
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Honors Ambassadors, students with commitment and passion for the Honors Program, have volunteered their time over many years!
All SAS Honors students are eligible to live in Honors Housing located on each of Rutgers four campuses.
Looking for real world experience? Each summer, the SASHP hosts its Honors Summer Shadow Experience, where students are given the opportunity to shadow an Honors Program alumnus at their workplace.
Have you heard? The SASHP Media Team is our source for all Honors Program news and media. Students are encouraged to contribute to one of our various SASHP media sources, including our blog and newsletter, to help get the word out about the SAS Honors Program and its students.
Our SASHP Peer Mentors are a familiar face and friend to first-year Honors students at Rutgers and provide guidance, advice, and resources to new students throughout their first year at Rutgers.
Exceptional Peer Mentors are selected to serve on the Peer Mentor Programming Board, whose goal is to provide academically and socially enriching monthly events for the Peer Mentor and SASHP community to participate in.
The SASHP Summer Reading Program engages new SASHP students with a thought-provoking book selected by staff, faculty, and fellow students. The SASHP then hosts a lecture and book-signing with the author at the beginning of each fall semester for all new Honors students. Students can get involved by joining the Summer Reading Selection Committee to help pick out future summer reading books.
Our SASHP Tutoring Program is the only source of free one-on-one tutoring at Rutgers University! Students are paired with a volunteer Honors student who will help them to improve academically in one of various subject areas.