The newest members of the 100 Senior Honorary celebrate.

100 Senior Honorary

Congratulations to the 100 Senior Honorary from the Class of 2017!

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The 100 Senior Honorary comprises Emory's top seniors. The Emory Alumni Association (EAA) and Student Alumni Board (SAB) want to recognize them for their contributions before they explore life after Emory. What types of students make up the 100 Senior Honorary? They are students who:

  • are deeply committed to their beliefs, pursuits, or passions
  • have made outstanding contributions to Emory through academics, athletics, leadership, volunteerism, or even through personal relationships such as mentoring or helping other students.

The honor is given to the 100 most outstanding seniors in the undergraduate schools: Oxford College, Emory College, Goizueta Business School, and the School of Nursing.

The SAB honors Emory's top seniors each year.
Given that members of the 100 Senior Honorary have demonstrated leadership during their time at Emory, they are charged with acting as alumni leaders after graduation--by maintaining strong ties with their classmates and with Emory. Past 100 Senior Honorary members have shown this commitment by serving as mentors, admission representatives, career contacts, chapter leaders, and reunion leaders, as well as serving on national leadership boards and in other volunteer capacities.

How It Works

The nomination process takes place during November of the student's senior year,with induction to the 100 Senior Honorary during Founders Week. The EAA and SAB also work together to set the members up for success, hosting a series of leadership training programs in the spring. Members will learn about alumni leadership and can explore the different volunteer opportunities available to. The 100 Senior Honorary is also honored at a reception during Commencement Weekend.

Do you have more questions about the 100 Senior Honorary? Please see our frequently asked questions.

Past Recipient Lists