Welcome to the Internet home of CSUSB’s University Honors Program. The Honors Program supports highly-motivated students as they transition from high school into collegiate studies and provides a community of support throughout their time at CSUSB. Peers, faculty, and staff work alongside each other in classes, workshops, and experiential learning activities that include retreats, service-learning, and excursions. Together, we are the Honors Coyotes. You can see what we’re all about on this site. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1989, The University Honors Program is home to approximately 650 of CSUSB’s students. Alongside their peers, Honors students participate and serve as officers in clubs, sororities, and fraternities, they conduct research in labs across campus, they create all manner of art in studios, and they embark into the community to give back to the region that raised them. Our faculty and staff work collaboratively to govern the program with a student leadership team that shares responsibility for decision making in the life of the program.
In 2018, The University Honors Program opened its facility, located in Cajon Hall, part of CSUSB’s newest residence facility, Coyote Village. There you can find classrooms, administrative offices, a computer lab, and student study and lounge spaces.
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The University Honors Program Club's Student Leadership Board provides regular updates on its activities on its website. Visit the UHPC Board site to find out what events they're planning and to contact the team about what's going on or about what you would like to see them do!