Honors College Council

The Honors College Council is the student governance body of the Honors Program.  The Council consists of 15 members: seven selected through general election by Brock Scholars, and seven selected through an application process. The remaining seat is filled by the Student Assistant Director, who serves as a liaison between the Council and the Honors College administration. New representatives are selected at the end of each Fall term for the following calendar year, and serve January–December.

The Council organizes a series of committees that carry out the functions and activities of the Brock Scholars during the year.  These activities include a wide variety of social, academic, cultural, and community service events.



Cooking for a Cause

Soup and dessert cooking contest and tasting with proceeds to fund school fees for two Namibian children who would not otherwise be able to attend school


Date Auction

Annual themed event to benefit a local charity. Pictured here are participants from the Get Animated! Who Will You be Drawn to? theme for 2011-12.