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Enrich your learning at 鶹ֱ through engagement and leadership.

Attend events and workshops, volunteer or build your leadership skills…and receive an official Co-Curricular Record when you graduate! Getting involved will give you a holistic student experience that can help you grow as an individual and build friendships with other students just like you. Find your sense of community on campus, build your own skill set and make connections through volunteering and engagement opportunities!

What We Offer

Upcoming Events

  • Posted Wednesday, June 12, 2024
  • Posted Wednesday, June 12, 2024
  • Posted Wednesday, June 12, 2024
  • Posted Wednesday, June 12, 2024
  • Posted Wednesday, June 12, 2024

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Explore Student Engagement

Your Student Engagement team is dedicated to helping provide a well-rounded experience including on-campus events, volunteerism opportunities and more–for all students, from first year to graduation.

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Ease into college life during Orientation

We know that change can be scary – a new school, new environment, and maybe even a new home can be overwhelming to first year students. We’re here to support you and help you succeed! Orientation is the central hub for events that will help new students with easing their transition into college life. Orientation happens before classes start each term.

Discover Orientation

Transition successfully to life at 鶹ֱ with a Peer Mentor

The Peer Mentor program is designed to help new students transition successfully to life at 鶹ֱ, and to promote personal and professional development. Peer Mentors will make sure your questions are answered, will keep in touch with you throughout your first year, and will invite you to attend on-campus events with them. You may request a Peer Mentor, or you can become a Peer Mentor yourself!

Learn more about Mentorship
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Learn and grow with LEAD

Leadership Exploration and Development (LEAD) is a co-curricular program designed to offer students from any academic area the opportunity to explore and develop leadership skills, within three key areas: personal development, career readiness and community engagement.

Learn more about LEAD

Engage in and volunteer with the community

Community Engagement and Volunteering is a co-curricular program designed to encourage and facilitate the engagement of 鶹ֱ students in addressing important issues within the Niagara Region. Students can volunteer with a variety of community partners, including not-for-profits, community groups, and small businesses.

Learn more about Community Engagement and Volunteering
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