The Honors Student Association (HSA) volunteers at the Evanston Animal Shelter
The Honors Student Association began volunteering at the local Animal Shelter in Evanston.
The president of HSA, Samuel Schurkamp, described their experience in detail:
"In the fall semester of 2016, the Honors Student Association began a volunteering program through the Evanston Animal Shelter. After completing the shelter’s training program, students began volunteering once a week, working with either dogs or cats. HSA leads different groups of volunteers to Evanston twice a week to help at the shelter, and other honors students also volunteer on their own time. Volunteers feed animals, clean cages, walk dogs, and socialize with cats. The Evanston Animal Shelter is always in need of more volunteers, and its dedication to both the animals and the community corresponds well with HSA’s commitment to service."
Honors students and Honors professors gather for lunch in Campion Hall. This was a great way for honors students to get to know their professors and potential future professors on a more personal level than is received in the classroom! PHOTO GALLERY