RETREATS

Every Semester the Honours College students take a retreat. The retreat is aimed at helping students refocus on their calling into the community of learning and to God's purpose for the world. During the retreats, a mentor - usually a Christian leader in the community is invited to facilitate exploration of issues of interest with the students at the plenary. Following the address by the mentor, students break into discussion groups to explore further issues raised in the plenary. Specifically, these retreats seek to:

#1

Challenge the students to focus on the purpose of their calling into the Honours College while at the same time making a positive impact in the world with the work they are doing. Their work should act as an inspiration to others and also energize them to succeed.

#3

Challenge the students to focus on the purpose of their calling into the Honours College while at the same time making a positive impact in the world with the work they are doing. Their work should act as an inspiration to others and also energize them to succeed.

#2

Identify and address challenges that suffocate students' academic and career preparation. These challenges should reveal essential skills that are important for students develop if they want to increase their chances of making it in the university and beyond.

#4

Hold students accountable to God and be in constant search for God's purpose for their career life. It is hoped that this ultimately will generate a cadre of leaders of integrity whose faith informs their profession.

SCHOOL OUTREACH

School Outreach (School Visits)

This social enrichment program has now become an important function of Honours College community. Every semester, through the Academic Registry for Admission, students take part in reaching out to schools and offer career guidance. Through such visits, students have had opportunities to interact and offer supportive guidance to secondary school students in making appropriate choices on a broad range of issues that are personal, spiritual, academic and career-related

WESTERN UGANDA

STUDY TRIP

This is sponsored by the Uganda Studies Program (USP) and aims at enabling students to study the peace initiative in post-genocide Rwanda, especially the traditional Gacaca Courts. Not only is this an opportunity to learn through exposure, but it also helps students reflect on pertinent issues on social, political and economic reconstruction of post-genocide Rwanda. Moreover, it helps them reflect on the biblical themes of peace, reconciliation, and restoration.

ADVANCED ASSIGNMENTS

Below are some of the guidelines on how scholars (Honours College students) should write their advanced assignments.

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