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Black Honors Caucus

Created to give high-achieving Black students a space for fellowship and conversation, the Black Honors Caucus provides vital leadership and ideas within the South Carolina Honors College.

Purpose

The Black Honors Caucus (BHC) works to establish a sense of community among Black students within the Honors College and across campus. It is the BHC’s mission to promote community interaction, facilitate dialogue between the Black student community and the general Honors community and provide a forum for the open expression of the political, social and cultural views of Black students.

The Black Honors Caucus functions as a multipurposed organization that serves as a social group, service group and a pre-professional networking group connecting Black students and alumni. Even more importantly, the BHC is a safe space for Black Honors students to embrace shared heritage and experiences with one another.

Leadership

  • Rachel Smith

    Rachel Smith

    President | Atlanta, GA | P1 Student at the College of Pharmacy

  • Felicia McGill

    Felicia McGill

    Vice President | Cassatt, SC | Math and Spanish

  • Jada Hudson

    Jada Hudson

    Treasurer | Belton, SC | Political Science and Philosophy

  • Kaleb Phelps

    Kaleb Phelps

    Membership & Recruitment | Columbia, SC | Biological Sciences

  • Ariel Shepherd

    Ariel Shepherd

    Alumni Relations | Greenville, SC | Pre-Med Track: Biology

  • Taylor Williams

    Taylor Williams

    Publicity & Special Events | Columbia, SC | Public Health

  • Dalan Solomon

    Dalan Solomon

    Secretary | Columbia, SC | Junior Pharmacy

Get Involved

If you'd like more information on how you can get involved with the Black Honors Caucus, please complete the short interest form below. You can also follow the Black Honors Caucus on Instagram for photos, information and event updates!


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