events & opportunities
Alumni Connections are one of the many ways our alumni can give back to the program. If you are interested in giving current Honors Program students a glimpse inside of your field of work, please contact us!
Would you like to host an event for fellow Honors Program alumni in your area? Or perhaps you would be interested in hosting an event for high school students who are eager to hear more about what the Honors Program can offer them.
Who doesn’t enjoy Saturdays in Athens, Georgia during football season? Each year we select a home game and host alumni and students at Moore College. Join us for good friends and good food. Interested in attending? Please contact us!
This yearly event is a chance for our alums to share their post-graduation experiences with our current Honors students. We have tremendously successful alumni, and we would love to share your experience and knowledge with students who are eager to make their own impression on the world. For more information about Super Friday 2012, please contact Dorothe Otemann at 706-583-0698 or email@example.com.
why i give
Have you donated your time or money to the Honors Program? Please tell us why giving back to the Program is a priority for you!
alumni & friends mentor network
If you are interested in mentoring current UGA Honors Program students, we think you will be very excited about the new network the Honors Program has developed: the Honors Program Alumni & Friends Mentor Network.
This network will enable alumni, friends, and parents of students to give back to current Honors Program students. Alumni, friends, and parents can access the site to create a profile. If you feel that your experiences, may they be educational or professional, could benefit current students, we strongly encourage you to join our network (even if you were not affiliated with the Honors Program while attending UGA or if you attended another institution).
Mentors will also be able to use the search tool on the site in order to connect with their peers. We need individuals from a variety of majors, graduate programs, and career paths in order to create a database as diverse as our Honor Program student body, so please consider joining!