Students are sorted into social communities that encourage participation in curricular and co-curricular activities leading to an Annual House Competition Winner each Spring semester. These Houses are very similar to Harry Potter. Each year our newest Honors students will engage in a Sorting Ceremony to find out which House they belong to. Houses are co-lead by two House Leaders that serve on the Honors Student Leadership Council.
Activities for points must be submitted through Formstack (except when stated for certain events and activities). Points for the 2022-2023 academic year must be submitted between May 16, 2022 - April 21, 2023. No points will be awarded retroactively - activities must have been completed within the 2022-2023 academic school year. Look below for a full list of activities that will earn you points or click here to download the points tracker.
Submit your points below. To note: event attendance does not need to be tracked by you. We will note your attendance and give your House points.
Honors House Champions
Manatee House, 2021-2022
Manatee House, 2020-2021
Panther House, 2019-2020
Honors Student Leadership Council
Serve on the Honors Student Leadership Council
The Leadership Council consists of 10 student leaders (two leaders per Honors House). Among the 10 leaders, two students will be selected as leaders of the leaders - one as the Procedural Chair and one as the Secretary. Applications will open for the 2023-2023 year during the Spring 2023 semester.
Honors Student Leadership Council Responsibilities
The purpose of the Leadership Council is to build and strengthen the Honors student community, encourage co-curricular activities through a point system, and establish deeper bonds of mentorship among students and faculty/staff. The leadership council members will also act as a liaison between students and Honors College staff.
Being Sorted into a House