honors mentoring & networks
Honors Teaching Assistants (HTAs) lead HON 1000H seminars in the fall and spring semesters. HTAs are peer mentors for first-year Honors students, introducing them to curricular, research, scholarship, travel-study, and internship opportunities within the Honors Program, the UGA campus, and the community.
student profiles, calendar, event registration
The Honors Network is an online system designed to connect Honors students with faculty mentors and with Honors Program staff, alumni, and friends. Current students can use this system to create and maintain an online Honors profile and to register for Honors Program events. Soon, the Honors Network, Honors Faculty Mentor Network, and Honors Alumni & Friends Network will be integrated into one system.
Current students, go to the Honors Network Student Portal to learn how to access your Honors Network account, create and maintain your profiles, and register for Honors calendar events. HONS 1000H students, please also read Honors Network Tips for HONS 1000H Students.
honors faculty mentor network
Designed to link exceptional first-year Honors students with a "friend on the faculty," the Honors Faculty Mentor Network provides students the opportunity to interact with experienced faculty from across the disciplines outside of the traditional classroom structure. With a cadre of dedicated mentors, the HFMN offers the personalized mentoring available at a small liberal arts college set within a major research university.
Access the Honors Faculty Mentor Network here (link coming soon).
alumni & friends mentor network
Follow this link to access the Honors Alumni & Friends Mentor Network.
We encourage all alumni, friends, and parents to create profiles and join the network. Students can search all registered profiles to seek guidance, advice, and suggestions on their own paths to success. This site also gives our alumni a tool to stay in contact with their peers.