HON-H 200 Intro to Honors Mentor Program

Be a mentor for HON-H 200

The role of a mentor for HON-H 200 Introduction to Honors is to help students new to the Honors College develop their identity as honors students; make connections with honors peers, faculty, and staff; and plan their honors journey in and out of the classroom.

Responsibilities of HON-H 200 mentors

All mentors for HON-H 200 are expected to:

  • Participate in all peer mentor training sessions (takes place in January before the start of the spring semester)
  • Attend all HON-H 200 class sessions (75 minutes per class for 10 weeks)
  • Work with faculty member to develop weekly team-building activities
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of course programming
  • Plan and facilitate two panel discussions for HON-H 200 students in collaboration with other honors peer mentors and honors scholars
  • Enroll in a 1 credit hour UCOL mentoring course (tuition and fees remitted if over 18 credit hours)
  • Provide mentoring, support, and resources for HON-H 200 students
  • Contact HON-H 200 students outside of class at least one to two times (about 20 students)

How to become a mentor for HON-H 200


Eligible students will have:

  • Completed at least one year in the Honors College
  • Be in good academic standing
  • Make satisfactory progress toward graduation with honors

Application process

Applications open early in the fall semester. Finalists will be selected for an interview and selections will be made by the end of the fall semester for a spring semester start.

Mentors may participate up to four semesters and are eligible to earn a leadership designation on the Record by completing a required survey and reflection.

Need more info?

If you still have questions, please email honors@iupui.edu.