Barrett honors students, though their various service projects, make a lasting and meaningful impact on our local communities.

Pooja Paode, a 2016 Barrett Honors College graduate, thought about pursuing a medical degree. She began working with the Student Health Outreach for Wellness, a partnership among students from Arizona State University, University of Arizona, and Northern Arizona University, that provides care to the homeless in Phoenix, and found her true calling. She wants to work on improving healthcare...
Pooja Paode
Brieanna Griffin, a senior at Barrett Honors College majoring in global studies and anthropology, hopes to promote better relations between Americans and Muslims.Griffin, who is also pursuing a minor in Arabic studies and certificates in Islamic Studies and TESOL at Arizona State University, learned about Muslim faith and culture during six-week stint last summer living in Zanzibar in East Africa...
Brieanna Griffin
All Walks Project, a nonprofit organization founded by three Barrett Honors College students, won the $20,000 grand prize in the prestigious Pakis Social Challenge on February 4.All Walks Project, a student-led nonprofit dedicated to building awareness about sex trafficking and developing a training curriculum for volunteers to work with sex trafficking survivors, was founded by honors students...
All Walks Project founders
High achieving seventh-, eighth-, and ninth-graders from around Arizona participated in the Barrett Summer Scholars program, attending classes, working in labs, staying in residence halls and getting a taste of the university experience. Read more.