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Honors Club

Honors Club Mission

The Honors Club is dedicated to bringing both Honors and non-Honors students together to share, create great ideas, and build a community for themselves as well as the student body at Post University.

The Honors Club is open to main campus students, as well as online students. You do not have to be an Honors student to be involved in the Honors Club. All are welcome to join and participate.

Previous Honors Club Events

  • Book Drive for Nutmeg Reading Council
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Walk
  • Day of the Dead (Diversity) Informational table and crafts
  • Sock Drive for Waterbury Homeless Shelter
  • Blood Drive
  • Stress Less Coloring and Cupcake Decorating
  • Food Pantry Volunteers
  • Special Olympics Bowling event
  • School Supply Drive for Boys and Girls Club of Waterbury
  • Personal Hygiene Drive for Safe Haven Domestic Abuse Center
  • Box Tops for Military Kids Overseas Collection
  • Holiday Card Writing Campaign for Military
  • Nursing Home Outreach
  • Doggy Day (Adoption and Food Drive)
  • Recycle Drive
  • CPR Certification Class
  • Pizza party
  • Movie sponsorships
  • Cram and Jam (End of Semester Study Sessions)
  • Collaborations with various campus clubs
  • And much more

Honors Club Officers

Club Officers are elected and serve as the governing body for the Honors Club.  Students within the club plan and execute the social activities and the community service events. These events are typically within the Post University/Waterbury area.  However, virtual events and ideas are always welcome.

Honors Club Advisor
Natalia Pena 
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Assistant Director of Honors Program
[email protected]
w. 203.568.1653

Honors Club Awards

  • 2016-17 Most Outstanding New Student Organization, SGA awarded
  • 2017-18 Advisor of the Year, Theresa Wilson, SGA awarded
  • 2021-22 Most Outstanding Student Organization, SGA awarded
  • 2021-22 Advisor of the Year, Theresa Wilson, SGA awarded


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Email [email protected] for more information about membership or to get involved.