Extracurricular Programming

Engage with Hutton beyond the classroom

Expand your IU experience with Hutton Honors College extracurricular programs. Engage with distinguished campus visitors, IU faculty, and community leaders during discussion events. Build community and broaden your interests by attending special campus tours, cultural and arts events, and workshops.

Many events are free or offer a special reduced price, open to undergraduate students across campus, and offered in partnership with other programs and organizations at IU Bloomington.

Through volunteer and leadership opportunities, you can help bring these programs to life. Moderate discussions, greet participants, create and implement publicity campaigns, photograph events, and serve on a planning committee. Simply sharing your ideas for programs can help inspire new and exciting offerings.

Please note that extracurricular programs may be photographed or recorded.

Get involved with Extracurricular Programming

Attend events

Open to all IU Bloomington Undergraduates

Between Hutton Honors College programming and Honors student groups, HHC offers 100+ events each year.

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Meet innovators and develop leadership experience

We partner with students to make sure each event has student volunteers whose interests and aspirations are related to the event.

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Suggest a program idea

Help HHC plan future events

We are always looking for new ideas for future events. Suggest a speaker, topic, location to visit, or other program idea.

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At Hutton Honors College programs, diverse views and opinions are expressed by a wide variety of speakers and presenters. Sponsorship, co-sponsorship, or hosting of extracurricular programs by the Hutton Honors College does not constitute an endorsement by the Hutton Honors College of the content, views, or opinions expressed at these programs.