Citizenship​ (Co-curriculum experiential learning)

Successful graduates engage with learning activities both in a classroom and out of classroom environments. This allows learners to extend themselves while in the university. Out of classroom experiences done right enable students to learn, grow, and develop. Co-curriculum educational experience can include; leadership positions in student organizations, volunteer work, athletics, etc. These opportunities enable students get hands-on experience and develop important skills and competencies needed for post-graduate success. These experiences allow the student to have an enquiring mind, be an engaged citizen, a dynamic professional and a well-rounded individual.​