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Thomas F. Freeman Honors College
Phone: 713.313.6725
Fax: 713.313.6772
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All Honors College students are required to join and remain active each year in one of the Honors College student organizations: Honors Collage Ambassadors (HCA), Honors Mentors Association (HMA), and Honors Research and Creative Activities Association (HRCA).



Honors College Ambassadors 
Advisor - Mr. Shandon Neal

The Honors College Ambassadors (HCA) is the Honors College's own student recruitment organization. As an HCA member, students share their experiences with prospective students and parents, giving them a feel for what it's really like to be an Honors student. Whether hosting prospective students on campus, assisting with Honors events and programs, attending recruitment dinners or college fairs, serving on student panels, or meeting with students one-on-one, there are plenty of opportunities to show real Tiger Honors pride.

Honors Mentors Association 
Advisor – Ms. Renuka Nair

The Honors Mentors Association (HMA) is a club designed to guide new Honors students through their first year of college. Students are paired with a mentor who survived their freshman year and can pass down all of the knowledge and experience they gained throughout their time at TSU and Honors. HMA also organizes a number of social events throughout the year in order to help mentees make new friends and realize all that TSU has to offer.

Honors Research and Creative Activities Association 
Advisor – Ms. Renuka Nair

The Honors Research and Creative Activities Association (HRCA) is a student organization designed to foster creativity and undergraduate research, and has as its focus interdisciplinarity. Members of HRCA will host various performance pieces that give Honors students a chance to express their inner creativity and to invite their family, friends, and other TSU students to enjoy and witness their creative pieces. The HRCA will also host an annual Undergraduate Symposium consisting of Honors students as presenters and open to the entire university community. HRCA students will be paired with TSU faculty who will direct their research and creative pursuits, and mentor them in their preparation for formal presentations of their works in the Honors College.