Scholarship Opportunities Program: Sp. ’17, Wk 8

May 22, 2017

Please visit for more info.

Spring 2017 Walk-In Hours: Thursdays 1:00pm-2:00pm. Location: Ayala Science Library, 1st Floor in the Writing Center. Please check in at the front desk.

Advising Appointments: If you would like to make a personalized appointment to learn more about prestigious scholarships, please read Complete the Prospective Scholarship Winner Information Form and please email to set up an appointment.


Check out our blog, Q & A’s with Scholarship Winners.


Hope to see you soon!



Fall 2017 Greek and Latin classes

May 22, 2017

Dear Campuswide Honors Program Students,


Do you like the satisfaction you get from accomplishing a challenging but doable goal? Do you need to satisfy a language requirement and want to study something different?  Are you planning to apply to graduate school or a professional school and want to find an unusual way to make your application stand out from the rest?  If so, think about taking ancient Greek or Latin this fall!  Studying Greek and Latin is an excellent way to boost your analytical skills, improve your writing and mastery of grammar, increase your vocabulary, and augment your understanding of the way many languages work .  All of these skills will benefit your study of other disciplines and you will find yourself becoming more cognizant of the way you use language.   You will also gain the skills to read some of the most enduring works of literature in their original language, works such as Homer’s Iliad and the Aeneid of Vergil  – an incredibly satisfying undertaking!  This fall, both beginning Greek and Latin will be offered.  I’ve attached fliers with course details.  You can also hear what some of our students have to say about their study of Greek and Latin by watching our undergraduate video.  It is available here: .


Please let me know if you have any questions about these courses by emailing me at




Cynthia Claxton


Cynthia L. Claxton, Ph.D.

Department of Classics

Undergraduate Program Advisor, Classics

CHP Arroyo Vista Room Draw

May 22, 2017

Each year CHP students with Arroyo Vista contracts gather to select their roommates and rooms for the upcoming school year.  This year’s room draw will take place on Thursday, May 25 at 5:30 p.m. in Arroyo Vista House 1012. CHP Arroyo Vista contract holders have already received an email with more details.

End of the Year NAR Unveiling

May 22, 2017

NAR will be hosting its end of the year unveiling on Tuesday, May 30th, at 6:30pm. Come celebrate all of the wonderful creative works that the CHP honors students have submitted this quarter and over the year. Check out our Facebook page for updates and more information!

CHSC Townhall

May 22, 2017

Come to Townhall on Wednesday of Week 9, 5:00-6:00p in the Locus! It’s a special CHSC meeting and you will meet our new President and Vice President for next year! It’s also a great opportunity to get to know your fellow council friends in preparation for working together next year.

If you haven’t applied to CHSC yet, do so right now! Open positions are: secretary, fundraising chair, community service chair and 3 social chairs. If you are interested in any of the positions above, feel free to contact Jason ( or Mina (

Spring 2017, Week 8 CHP Office Hour Updates

May 22, 2017

CHP PAA Malcolm’s Friday office hours have been cancelled for this week only.  Click here to view the most up to date CHP PAA office hours.

Student Services II Building Updates

May 22, 2017

The Locus:

If you’re planning on studying in the Locus this week, we recommend bringing a jacket since the heater is currently being repaired.

First Floor Bathrooms:

Maintenance will be installing a bathroom door actuator and operating devices on 5/23 (Tue) and 5/24 (Wed) in both first floor bathrooms. While the bathrooms will not need to be blocked out, the crew may be working during the day, and it would be easiest if you find an alternative location. Nearby restrooms are on the 3rd floor of the Student Center, the 1st floor of the Cross-Cultural Center, and the 1st floor of Aldrich Hall.