One of the guiding principles of the Honors Program is a strong Honors community. As an Honors alumna/us, you are a valuable member of our community, a lifetime member. Your relationship with UConn does not end just because you’ve graduated. The Honors Program is actively developing more opportunities for alumni to keep in touch with one another and to give back to current Honors students. We invite you to be involved.
Check out the UConn Honors Alumni eNewsletter
You’re probably wondering what your fellow UConn Honors alumni are up to. Or you may want to share your news with your college friends and classmates. The Honors newsletter is a great way to stay connected, keep up to date with Honors friends, and to tell your own stories.
Nominate yourself or a friend for the Distinguished Alumni Award
The Honors Program held high expectations for you when you were here, and many of you have gone on to meet and exceed them in your careers and lives. To recognize the success of some of our alumni who have excelled in their lines of work or made significant contributions to society or academia, the Honors Program Distinguished Alumni Award was created in 2007 to recognize annually an exemplary Honors alumnus/a. We want to continue to celebrate the accomplishments of our Honors graduates and keep your links to our Honors community strong Consider submitting a nomination either for yourself or another alumnus/a who has made a difference!
Seek advice from our Professional Program advisors
Did you know all UConn alumni are encouraged to contact UConn’s pre-professional specialists for assistance in applying to law or medical or dental programs? You don’t have to go it alone. Let these experts help you through the process … no matter when you graduated from UConn.