Co-Curricular Education

Faith and Learning Outside the Classroom

Participating in faith and learning outside the classroom is part of earning an Andrews undergraduate or Seminary degree but can enhance any student's portfolio. Co-curricular experiences complement classroom education and allow you to develop and document valuable skills that can be shared with other schools and prospective employers.

Featured Events

Seminary Week of Spiritual Emphasis - Tracy Wood

September 25, 2018 11:30 am
Seminary
Tracy Wood is director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries for the North American Division. Coming from a background of sales, engineering and architecture, he completed his graduate and postgraduate...
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Angst - Documentary Screening

September 25, 2018 11:30 am
Howard Performing Arts Center
Angst is a 43-minute film that explores anxiety its causes, effects and what we can do about it. The filmmakers' goal is to spark a conversation and raise awareness around...
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Co-Curricular Short Courses 1.3

September 25, 2018 11:30 am
Various Locations
Co-curricular short courses offer opportunities for personal, academic, professional and leadership development that complement your academic classes. Here is a complete listing of Co-Curricular Short Courses for Block 1: NEW...
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Circuit (MEIER ONLY)

September 25, 2018 02:00 pm
Meier Health Club

Grown

September 26, 2018 07:30 pm
Lamson Hall Living Learning Center

TVMA

September 26, 2018 09:30 pm
Meier Chapel

View and discuss Netflix's "13th"—Part 3

 

Chapel: Taurus Montgomery

September 27, 2018 11:30 am
Pioneer Memorial Church
Taurus Montgomery is pastor of Harbor of Hope in Benton Harbor, Michigan. Coming out of a troubled past, detailed in his book "Set On Fire," he now inspires others as...
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Chapel: Student Missions

October 4, 2018 11:30 am
Pioneer Memorial Church
Student Missions sent out over 30 students last year to serve in locations all over the world as teachers, health care assistants, agriculture workers and more. Now they’re sharing their...
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Chapel: Ingrid Slikkers

October 11, 2018 11:30 am
Howard Performing Arts Center
Ingrid Slikkers is assistant professor of Social Work at Andrews University. Of Argentinean and Uraguayan heritage, she has worked as a child and family therapist for many years, consulting with...
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Seminary Week of Spiritual Emphasis - Tracy Wood

September 25, 2018 11:30 am
Seminary
Tracy Wood is director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries for the North American Division. Coming from a background of sales, engineering and architecture, he completed his graduate and postgraduate...
Read More >

Seminary Week of Spiritual Emphasis - Tracy Wood

September 26, 2018 11:30 am
Seminary
Tracy Wood is director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries for the North American Division. Coming from a background of sales, engineering and architecture, he completed his graduate and postgraduate...
Read More >

Seminary Week of Spiritual Emphasis - Tracy Wood

September 27, 2018 11:30 am
Seminary
Tracy Wood is director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries for the North American Division. Coming from a background of sales, engineering and architecture, he completed his graduate and postgraduate...
Read More >

News & Announcements

  • 2018-09-05
    Co-Curricular Organizer Corrections

    Please note: the Co-Curricular Organizer contains three location errors. It mistakenly lists the September 6, October 25 and February 21 Chapels as being held in the Howard Performing Arts Arts Center.… Read More »

  • 2018-09-05
    Fall 2018 Exemptions to Post September 6

    On Thursday, September 6, the day after drop/add, all co-curricular accounts will be updated to reflect students' traditional or non-traditional status. Additionally, students beginning the semester with 120 or or more… Read More »

  • 2018-09-05
    Scanning In and Out of Programs

    If you are new to our campus, it may be helpful to know that attendance at our Seminary and undergraduate co-curricular programs is tracked using optical scanners, which read read the… Read More »

  • 2018-09-05
    Co-Curricular Opportunities for Graduate Students

    If you are Seminary student, you required to attend a minimum number of Seminary worship and assembly programs each semester. Full details can be found in the “Seminary Worship Worship Attendance… Read More »

  • 2018-09-05
    Important Policy Changes for 2018-2019

    Here are a few of the changes you will want to note for the 2018-2019 academic year: 1. Chapel/Forum Minimum. Of the 30 required co-curricular credits, 12 credits must must come… Read More »

  • 2018-09-05
    New Co-Curricular Records Manager

    We are pleased to welcome Nanyvette Valentin-Seewaldt to the Student Life Division as our new Office and Co-Curricular Records Manager. Whether you have questions about your co-curricular record or or are… Read More »

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About the Co-Curriculum

Co-curricular programs and out-of-class experiences add value to any Andrews University degree.

Undergraduate and Seminary students participate in a required number of co-curricular experiences each semester.

Participation is tracked so that students can see what they have accomplished toward their co-curricular requirement.

Steve Yeagley

Assistant VP for Student Life
Director of Co-Curricular Education

yeagley@andrews.edu
(269) 471-3215

 

Nanyvette Valentin-Seewaldt

Office Manager
Co-Curricular Records Manager

slife@andrews.edu
(269) 471-3215

Learning Outcomes

A Healthy U

Build physical fitness        

Maintain a balanced diet

Achieve personal wellbeing

 

A Successful U

Sharpen academic skills

Boost creative capacities

Ensure career readiness

 

A Committed U

Engage in faith development

Seek spiritual support

Pursue a life purpose

 

A Better U

Gain cultural competence

Practice service to others

Develop leadership ability

 

 

Together with the academic curriculum, co-curricular opportunities deliver the whole-person education at the heart of Andrews University's mission.