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.

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  • 2022-04-07
    Meier Hall Bench Press Competition

    Receive residence hall co-curricular credit for signing up and participating in the Meier Hall Bench Press Competition on Sunday, April 10, at 3 p.m. in the Meier Hall lobby. lobby. This… 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
(269) 471-3215


Jessica Vazquez

Assistant to Student Life Administration
Co-Curricular Records Manager
(269) 471-3215

Learning Outcomes

Made to Matter

Engage in faith development

Seek spiritual support

Made to Move

Build physical fitness

Follow a plant-based diet

Made to Unwind

Maintain mental health

Nurture emotional wellbeing

Made to Belong

Sharpen interpersonal skills

Gain multicultural competence

Made to Explore

Foster academic curiosity

Boost creative capacities

Made to Dream

Pursue a life purpose

Ensure career readiness

Made to Speak

Uphold equality and justice

Advocate for others

Made to Care

Develop leadership capacities

Practice a service orientation



Together with the academic curriculum, co-curricular opportunities deliver the whole-person education at the heart of Andrews University's mission--to restore the image of our Maker, who came that we "may have life and have it abundantly" (John 10:10).