Honors 100 Section Leaders
Welcome new University Honors students by teaching a section of HONR100 in the fall. It’s a wonderful way to serve your program and gain valuable leadership experience. Watch for the call for applicants each spring.

Peer Mentors
Help a first-year student who shares your interests make the transition to college life more easily. Peer Mentors have a lot of fun, too! Sign up when the call goes out on the UMHONORS listserv.

University Honors Student Advisory Board
The University Honors Student Advisory Board (UHSAB) is a student organization that works to support University Honors. Members of the UHSAB serve as a link between University Honors students and the program’s administration. The UHSAB meets regularly with and advises the University Honors administration on curricular and co-curricular matters, as well as on the overall direction of the program.

Honors Ambassadors
We represent the Honors College at recruitment-related events. As current University Honors students, we are a powerful resource for attracting prospective students to the University.

Honors College Student Programming Council
Our mission is to organize events to unite the entire Honors College community, thus fostering a sense of camaraderie and cohesiveness among the Honors living-learning programs.

Black Honors Caucus (Honors College wide)
We support and promote the unity and development of Black students within the Honors College.

Latino Honors Society (Honors College wide)
Latino Honors students network, celebrate our common culture, and promote philanthropy in our surrounding area.

Campus Student Organizations
Hundreds of Academic, Advocacy, Religious, Performance, Service, Social, and Sports student organizations exist at the University of Maryland. Join a campus student organization, make friends, and take a leadership role.

Honor Societies at UMD

Join and take leadership roles in campus chapters of national academic honor societies.

W.E.B. Du Bois Honor Society
Membership by application is open to students with a 3.3 GPA, who plan to contribute to the scholarly advancement of African American students on campus and within the local community.

Phi Kappa Phi
Membership draws from across the globe and across all academic disciplines. As such, Phi Kappa Phi is uniquely positioned to cultivate interdisciplinary inquiry and connections, both locally and globally. Membership is by invitation.

Primannum is by invitation to freshmen who rank in the top 20% of their freshman class and who obtain a minimum average of 3.5 GPA.