Looking for opportunities to gain additional skills and complete your educational experience? Select a focus in career readiness, community engagement, health and wellness, leadership and involvement, or social justice. Design your experience using an education plan for the areas that are of most interest to you. Learn about the programs through the co-curricular catalog and take the programs at your own pace. After participating, check your co-curricular transcript and use it in job and graduate school applications, interviews, and networking!
Each focus area includes four levels of programs: benchmark, milestone 2, milestone 3, and capstone. We recommend taking at least a few in each area, starting with the benchmark programs and progressing through to the capstone programs; however, students are not required to follow the programs in the exact order they are listed. More information about each program, including activities, pre-requirements, and intended audience can be found in the co-curricular catalog.
If you are looking to develop a deeper connection to the WCU community, don’t miss the WCU Traditions programs. These programs help build community, school spirit, and offer positive ways to relax, unwind, and make friends for life.