Reed Cup Team Competition

Purpose:  To create a year-long activity that is fun and that encourages students to participate in a variety of events/activities that complement the identity and mission of Reed Honors.

All Reed Honors students are divided into the following four team groups:

  • Engineer
  • Jagged
  • Sharkstooth
  • Twilight

The following 5 categories are the basis of competition:

  • Professional development
    • Participation in formal or informal activities that provide specialized training, education, and/or advanced professional learning
  • Leadership
    • Any activity that you lead on campus or in the community or that provides leadership training and/or experience
  • Health and wellness
    • Participation in campus/community initiatives
    • Group and/or personal accomplishments
  • Cultural Events and the Arts
    • Any campus/community event
  • Community Engagement and Community Service, including but not limited to
    • Volunteer work
    • Event participation

Reed Scholars should check out the Canvas Calendar and Announcements for opportunities, but feel free to seek out other opportunities.


Each time group members complete an activity, they will report the activity to Charise Gianetto (Honors Admin. Asst., Jones 104), the Honors Office Assistant.  Charise will keep a tab of who completed what and put the appropriately colored balls into the appropriate container.

At the end of the academic year, numbers will be tallied, and winners announced at the End-of-Year Reed Honors Celebration Banquet.

Guidelines to Win

  • All categories must be represented in the team container
  • All groups members must have representation in the container: minimum of one activity for each individual for each category.