Be a Bonner

What does it really mean to be a Bonner?

Which Bonner program works better for me?

Bonner Leaders

Bonner Affiliates

Bonner Leaders usually join the program as incoming freshmen. Bonner Leaders serve at least 10 hours per week and commit to 4 full years of Bonner service work. Within those 4 years, Bonner Leaders will most likely spearhead community or campus projects of their own and act as team leader or project heads of various projects.
Bonner Affiliates can join the program at any time. Bonner Affiliates serve at least 5 hours per week and commit to one semester at a time. Bonner Affiliates will most likely work in teams and contribute to projects led by Bonner Leaders.

How do I become a Bonner?

Applications to the Bonner Program is due by April 15th, 2016 to receive priority consideration. You should also have completed FAFSA and have been admitted to the Honors College by then.


University of Houston Bonner Leaders Application 2016



Bonner Updates

Posts and updates from the Bonners.

Training and Enrichment: Christopher A. Smith

This week, Bonners had the opportunity to meet with Christopher A. Smith, Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy at...

Bonner Receives Regents’ Award

On Thursday, February 18th, 2016, the University of Houston System Board of Regents presented the Regents’ Academic Excellence Award to the Bonner Program in...

Bonner Congress Reflection

Dr. Seuss’s On Beyond Zebra!: that was the closing for the keynote speech of the 2015 Bonner Congress. This year’s speaker, KIPP co-founder Mike Feinberg,...

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