Student Organizations

Current Student Organizations

As a caring and dedicated mentor, help children or fellow IU students with autism develop friendships and practice social skills. The Autism Mentoring Program spreads awareness of autism and fosters education through other community activities and involvement. AMP partners with Binford Elementary School and the Bloomington College Internship Program (CIP), a residence program for IU students with autism.

Mentors spend one hour per week either mentoring one-on-one at lunch and recess with an elementary student at Binford Elementary or assisting a group class club at CIP. The schedule resets each semester. All IU Bloomington students are invited to join.

Meetings: Call-out at the beginning of each semester and general meetings as needed (usually one mid-semester meeting as a check-in with current mentors)


Executive Board:

Director, Clarissa Norman

CIP Liaison, Jonathan Harris

Secretary, Ashley Reine

Faculty Advisor: Lynn Cochran


HHart at IU is a student group working with the Hutton Honors College and the Hudson & Holland Scholars Program. Every February, we host a multidisciplinary arts showcase at the Honors College. With art galleries, performances, and a light reception, the HHart Showcase is a night for celebrating the arts!



Honors Bloomington Outreach is composed of Hutton students aiming to branch out in the community to help others.  With our diverse philanthropic projects, HBO is able to provide direct support to the various needs found within the Bloomington Community.  Come serve the greater Bloomington community through our various long-term volunteering initiatives.  Also join us on alternating Wednesdays for General Body Meetings at 4 pm in the Hutton Great Room.  Check out our BeInvolved page for important dates! 

Volunteer programs schedule:

  • Crazy Story Club, Fairview Elementary
  • Literacy and Life Skills, Fairview Elementary
  • Science and Social Studies Skills, Fairview Elementary
  • Banneker Buddies: Any Days, Monday-Thursday, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m., Fairview Elementary
  • Bell Trace Senior Living Community: Saturday afternoons, typically 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Contact: Email to get involved or with any inquiries.




Plan and participate in social, academic, and service events to foster connections within the community and further the mission of the Hutton Honors College.

Meetings: Every other Wednesday, 5:30 p.m., Hutton Honors College Great Room




Get involved in community service opportunities that connect to wide variety of local organizations in the Monroe County area. Honorvol has worked with the American Red Cross, Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, Bloomington Animal Shelter, Willie Streeter Community Gardens, and Shalom Community Center, among others.

Meetings: Every other Tuesday, 7 p.m., Hutton Honors College

Contact: Email to get involved.



Share your IU experience with prospective Hutton freshmen. Through this program, you can lead a prospective student through your day on campus so that they can get a glimpse into IU life.

How to Join: Freshmen and sophomores can apply in December of each year.

Contact: Laura Felicetti,

HHCA connects Honors students to the Hutton Honors College (HHC) and to each other by building community among students on campus. Build your practical and facilitative leadership skills through meaningful social, academic, and service events.

Meetings: Large group, Fridays, 4:15 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
• Executive Board, Fridays, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
• Leadership Board, every other Friday, 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
• Residential and academic councils, weekly, days and times vary

How to Join: Membership applications are accepted at the start of each academic year. 

Apply to join HCCA




The mission of the Hudson-Holland Hutton Scholars organization, 3HS, is to foster community between students who are members of both the Hutton Honors College and the Hudson-Holland Scholars Program, orient them to IU and the HHC, and connect them to campus resources

Teach for America

Teach For America seeks to hire students of all majors interested in social justice, service to low-income communities, and dismantling educational inequity in our county. We offer several options for students of all majors and backgrounds, from full-time salaried positions after graduation, to our new part-time paid virtual tutoring fellowship open to all undergrad and graduate students.