Honors Leadership Council

The Honors Leadership Council (HLC) is a collection of upperclassmen that serves to enhance the overall Honors Program experience. HLC is involved with student life throughout the year. They act as guides during the New Student Retreat when students first move in, and they run different programs and events throughout the year. There are four committees in HLC:

Community Development 

  • Plan and execute Honors Banquet each Spring
  • Plan and execute events that promote interaction between
    all years of Honors Program students
  • Maintain social media/online presence

Community Outreach

  • Responsible for internal and external outreach
  • Establish relations with campus partners and further integrate the Honors Program into the Georgia Tech community
  • Partner with organizations in the Atlanta area and further Honors Program mission


New Student Onboarding

  • Plan and execute the Honors Program Retreat each Fall
  • Establish mentorship program for first year students
  • Attend and assist with recruitment events


Student Development

  • Develop leadership and professional skills throughout the Honors Program
  • Plan events and create documents to develop soft skills of Honors Program members
  • Run the Help Desk. Located in the Hefner-Armstrong basement, the Help Desk is staffed by upperclassmen HP students to provide both academic and career help to their peers