As a community with a purpose, Bauer Honors provides events to help you connect with and make friends, network with employers and alumni, and get to know your faculty and staff. Check out a list of our events below!
Before every fall semester, Bauer Honors hosts the Freshman Fete to welcome our incoming class! This is a great opportunity to meet and socialize with your Bauer Honors professors, upperclassmen, staff, and academic advisors in a casual setting. Come out for some great food, win door prizes, and get cool gifts. What more could a college student ask for? An Evite will be sent out to all newly admitted Pre-business Honors College students in early August with more information.
The Fall Mixer is the best networking opportunity of the year for Bauer Honors students! Held every September, this is your opportunity to meet and network with Bauer Honors alumni, faculty, staff, corporate friends and fellow classmates. Enjoy the fabulous food, catch up with classmates, and make connections that could result in landing your first job or internship!
To help students plan for the upcoming semester, Bauer Honors hosts Scheduling Bash every semester just prior to priority registration. This is your opportunity to plan your class schedule with your fellow classmates and swap ideas. As a Bauer Honors student, you'll get to interact with knowledgeable upperclassman and get the “inside scoop” on what classes and professors to take. Don't miss it!
To help you prepare for final exams, Bauer Honors hosts study sessions directly before the final exams for each Bauer Honors class. Our “cram sessions” provide an opportunity for you to do some last minute studying, swap notes with classmates, and grab coffee or juice and a snack to help you prepare for your exam!
Thinking about doing undergraduate research or a Senior Honors Thesis? Want some ideas for research, or want to find out more about research opportunities and internships? This is the event for you! At the Info Session, you'll get valuable information from the Director of Undergraduate Research, faculty, staff, and students about how to get started. Even if you're not sure of what your plans may be, it's recommended that you attend this session no later than the beginning of your junior year.