How to Join SRHC
Instructions for Annual Institutional or Individual Dues Payment by Credit Card or PayPal Account
Membership in SRHC is available to institutions or individuals upon payment of annual dues.
Institutional Membership - any post-secondary institution with accreditation or recognized candidacy may hold membership and be eligible to send one voting representative to annual meetings. Annual dues for institutions are $75.00 per fiscal year (July 1-June 30).
Individual Faculty/Staff Membership - faculty, staff, and administrators are eligible for membership. Individual membership dues must be paid before the Spring Conference each year. Annual dues for individual faculty/staff members are $15.00 per year.
Individual Student Membership - faculty, staff, and administrators are eligible for membership. Individual membership dues must be paid before the Spring Conference each year. Annual dues for individual faculty/staff members are $10.00 per year.
Both institutional and individual membership dues must be paid in order to vote in the general business meetings of the SRHC. Dues notices are emailed to institutions in December. Dues can be paid either with a check made payable to SRHC or with a credit card or PayPal account using the PayPal links below. Please note that a $3 convenience fee is added to institutional dues payments, and a $1 convenience fee to individual dues payments, in order to defray costs associated with electronic payment. A receipt will be sent to you at the email address attached to the credit card or PayPal account.
Annual Dues Payment by Credit Card or PayPal Account
Instructions for Annual Institutional or Individual Dues Payment by Check
2017-2018 SRHC Annual Dues submission form may be downloaded by clicking here.
BENEFITS OF SRHC MEMBERSHIP
The benefits of becoming a member of the Southern Regional Honors Council are many. Consider these:
Our annual conference provides an outstanding opportunity for your students to interact with honors program students from institutions across the Southeast.
Students often find that the conference allows them to combine attention to their chosen discipline with honors experiences that are better than national or state conferences.
Regional connections can be very rewarding. Networking opportunities are important for students and faculty members alike, and honors directors and deans find learning about best practices from colleagues at other institutions to be invaluable.
We emphasize the value of student presentations, and we can accept more student papers for oral presentations than has been possible at recent national conferences.
Recent conferences in Birmingham (2008), St. Petersburg (2009) Greenville (2010, 2015), Little Rock (2011), Tampa (2012), Louisville (2013), Savannah (2014), Orlando (2016), and Asheville (2017) have been among our very best.
Becoming an SRHC member allows you to receive discounts on conference registration fees which can more than offset the cost of the annual institutional dues.
We provide scholarship funds for honors students from SRHC member schools who are participating in the Honors Semester or Partners in the Park programs of the National Collegiate Honors Council and small grant opportunities through the SRHC Student Scholar Grants program can help fund new features or projects for your honors program.
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