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Welcome to the Hutton Honors College (HHC) where interdisciplinary and experimental learning are not only nurtured and encouraged, but fill the entire intellectual space. No other place exists on our magnificent campus that offers a better opportunity to study with some of Indiana University's best scholars, researchers, teachers, and artists.

Andrea Ciccarelli, Dean

HHC student one of 32 U.S. students named a Rhodes Scholar

November 22, 2021

Indiana University senior Elvin N. Irihamye, who has played a key role in published brain research and demonstrated a passion for helping others through nonprofit work and student government roles, is one of 32 U.S. students chosen as a Rhodes Scholar. Read More

$1.2 MillionFunding awarded annually by HHC Grants & HIEP

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1 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 2022 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. 

     

    You must stop by the box office prior to 5:00 PM on the day before the performance, at the latest.

     

    Vouchers are available for pick up weekdays, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. in the Hutton Honors College, Room 115 B.  To purchase the special price ticket, take the voucher to the MAC Ticket Office during box office hours, 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., weekdays, to purchase your ticket(s). There is a limited number of vouchers available through this program, so we encourage you to act promptly. Vouchers can be used ONLY for the performance of the date on the voucher. PLEASE NOTE: THE VOUCHER DOES NOT GUARANTEE TICKET AVAILABILITY; IT MEANS YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO PURCHASE A TICKET AT THE REDUCED PRICE OF $8 for second balcony seating or $10 for any seat in the house below the second balcony.

  • 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 (https://libraries.indiana.edu/lilly-library). RSVP required.

  • Dr. Jerome Adams, the 20th U.S. surgeon general and a former Indiana state health commissioner, will visit Indiana University as the Kelley School of Business’ Poling Chair of Business and Government. Recipients of the Poling Chair are given the charge to stimulate discussion in the areas of leadership, the critical interactions between private business and government in matters of public policy, enterprise competitiveness and economic growth.

    As the Poling Chair for 2022-2023 Dr. Adams will engage with questions about the following topics: The business case of health; Maternal Health; Opioid epidemic;  and his life experience and tenure as the Surgeon General. 

Many Worlds, One Globe

The Many Worlds, One Globe program combines research and extracurricular activities with support for pedagogical initiatives focused on multiculturalism and globalization. This multi-year initiative is part of the Hutton Honors College's 50th anniversary and the IU Bicentennial celebration.

Spring 2022

  • Human Trafficking: a Global and Local Pandemic: A conversation with AnnJanette Alejano-Steele, Research Director, Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking

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Consider making a gift today to support the Hutton Honors College, its innovative programs like the Hutton International Experiences Program, Many Worlds, One Globe, and the HHC Undergraduate Grant Program, and students in financial need of emergency support.

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