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  • 2017 Board of Directors Elections

    The annual NCHC election is here! Ballots were sent on Monday, November 14. If you did not receive an electronic ballot, please contact Trish Souliere at Be sure to read the candidate statements and then cast your ballot. Your vote makes a difference in which direction NCHC moves.

    Congratulations to Vice President Richard Badenhausen and Treasurer Steve Engel who were running unopposed and were elected at the annual meeting.

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  • City as Text Faculty Institutes

    Join your fellow honors directors for two unique faculty institutes brought to you by the Honors Semesters Committee in 2017.

    Birmingham & Montgomery: The Civil Rights Movement Reimagined March 15-18, 2017, Brochure, Registration

    Yellowstone Bordertowns: Intersections of the Public and Private June 2-7, 2017 Brochure, Registration Read More

  • Partners in the Parks

    Partners in the Parks is an outdoor experiential learning program coordinated by the National Collegiate Honors Council. Partners in the Parks projects at national parks across the country offer unique opportunities for collegiate honors students and faculty to visit areas of the American landscape noted for their beauty, significance and lasting value.

    Partners in the Parks trips are accepting student applications now. Join your fellow students in January for Independence Hall: New York-Philadelphia, January 1-7. Watch the Partners in the Parks page for more trips as information becomes available.

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  • Online Guide Entry

    The NCHC Online Guide is the only resource listing all honors colleges and programs in the country and helps prospective college students & parents to search for honors like never before.

    Claim your listing today to complete your institution's fields and upload your photos! All NCHC member institutions are entitled to a featured profile full of information and links specific to your program. Nonmember institutions receive a basic listing with the institution and location listed.

    Instructions on how to get started are available here.

    Explore the NCHC's Online Guide at

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  • Professional Development 2017

    Begin planning your 2017 professional development now with some great new opportunities from NCHC

    • Civil Rights Honors Semesters Institute March 15-20, Birmingham $750
    • Yellowstone Border Towns: The Intersection of Public and Private June 2-7, Yellowstone $1650, single occupancy $1300, double occupancy
    • New Directors Institute Summer 2017, Lincoln $550
    • Honors Advising Institute Summer, 2017, Lincoln $550
    • $550 each
    • Bryce Canyon Partners in the Park July 10-15
    • Program Reviewer Training Summer 2017, Lincoln $600
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  • NCHC Publications

    Access to the NCHC publications is one of your best resources. Check out the complete bibliographies for details about what your NCHC library contains.

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