Co-curricular experiential learning opportunities are non-credit-bearing activities that take place outside of classwork.
Below, you'll find current experiential learning opportunities in the co-curricular area. Check back regularly to see what's new.
Publishing your research and writing is a fantastic way to share your knowledge and emerging ideas with a broader public. The Capilano Courier, The Liar, Canadian Journal of Undergraduate Research and the CapU hosted Journal of Childhood Pedagogies are a few local examples of magazines and journals publishing work by emerging writers and researchers.
Connect with faculty in your department for additional ideas for potential publication venues.
The Career Development Centre, ChatLive, EarthWorks and the Writing Centre offer regular workshops to develop, hone and apply the knowledge and skills acquired in your courses. Many of these activities are eligible for inclusion on your co-curricular record, an official summary of your extra-curricular experiences at CapU that you can show future employers.
The Capilano Students' Union supports over 30 active clubs. Whether you join an existing club or start your own, clubs are an excellent way to meet new and like-minded people while developing your organizational skills and deepening the practical application of knowledge and skills acquired in your courses.
CapU's Peers Helping Peers program creates peer learning opportunities that build your skills and assist new students with transition to the University environment. Activities include mentoring, organizing events, providing information and academic support.
The Capilano Students' Union (CSU) offers many opportunities to build leadership experience through student government positions. Elections for CSU positions are held every Fall term.