The purpose of Honors Leadership Council (HLC) is to advise the Honors College faculty, staff, and administration based on student input. Additionally, we aim to create community among Honors College students by providing and funding unique student experiences. For UTSA Honors Students we provide various student programs, professional workshops, and academic opportunities. The HLC also provides input on Honors curriculum, Honors operations, and Honors community all while emphasizing students’ abilities to lead and create opportunities for others.
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