Honors In Action
The Honors in Action Program tracks student involvement within the Honors College. When Honors students swipe their USF IDs at any Honors College, Honors LLC, Honors College Student Council, or Office of National Scholarships event, attendance hours will be recorded through the Honors College Bullsync page. If you forget your ID, please give your name and email to the person working the check-in. Once a student reaches 15 hours of involvement, they will be contacted to claim an Honors in Action swag item.
There will also be an Annual Honors College Banquet where students with the highest number of involvement hours will be invited to attend. The evening includes dinner, awards, raffles, and socializing with friends, faculty, and staff. At each of the graduation ceremonies, there will also be a small number of students who are honored with a special distinction presented by Dean Adams. Students who are highly involved with Honors in Action will be invited to apply for this distinction. Hours are awarded for events as follows:
- Social Events: 1 Hour
- Academic/Professional Development Events: 2 Hours
- Service Events: Equal to number of hours served.
Involvement hours can be viewed and tracked on Bullsync. Please realize that these hours are separate from the 50 Community Engagement Hours that are required by the Honors College. If you have any questions about hours or Honors in Action, please email Lauren Roberts.