$1.2 MillionFunding awarded annually by HHC Grants & HIEP

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2 in 3HHC Students Study Abroad While at IUB

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100+Extracurricular events each year

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Upcoming HHC Events

  • IU Opera and Ballet Theater is offering HHC students a special, reduced ticket prices for all performances (except for The Nutcracker ballet) at the Musical Arts Center (MAC) during the Fall 2023 semester. The discount vouchers can be applied to one ticket per person. For any seat below the second balcony, for regularly priced performances, HHC students will pay $10. For the second balcony open seating, HHC students will pay $8. 
       PICK UP VOUCHERS IN THE HUTTON HONORS COLLEGE in the Advising wing (115).

  • From the comic book collection of IU alum and Hollywood producer Michael E. Uslan to first editions of rare books, puzzles, the curious and the wondrous, the Lilly Library on the Indiana University Bloomington campus is one of the great academic archives and libraries in the USA. Join fellow students for a tour of the Lilly Library.

    RSVP required.

  • Windborne (Old songs, bold harmonies / US)

    "Known for the innovation of their arrangements, Windborne’s bold harmonies are unpredictable and showcase the profound power and variations of human voices. Lauren Breunig, Jeremy Carter-Gordon, Lynn Rowan, and Will Rowan share a vibrant energy onstage, shifting effortlessly between drastically different styles of music that spans continents and centuries. Their latest project, “Of Hard Times & Harmony,” explores themes of social consciousness in four languages. Windborne is committed to bringing vocal traditions to younger audiences, and has found viral success on TikTok for such unlikely genres as Corsican polyphony or early 20th century labor anthems".

    Windborne will play a selection of songs for us. 

    Join Windborne for an informal lunch and learn more about their music. 



    Established in 1994, the Lotus World Music & Arts Festival is one of the oldest world music festivals in the U.S. and the only festival of its kind in the state of Indiana.  Now in its 30th year, it attracts more than 12,000 people to downtown Bloomington annually each fall, for 4-5 days of music and arts from around the globe.  Through the Festival, Lotus creates–on a grand scale–the rare opportunity for audiences to experience places far removed from their everyday routines and to broaden their worldview through the arts.

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