Being involved in the Co-Curricular Activities is something that is addressed starting
at presentations, orientation, activities fairs, within residence halls, and in
most college publications. However, what does being involved mean to you? Research
shows that there are many benefits from being engaged in co-curricular activities
such as improved time management skills, a great connection or level of satisfaction
with the institution, or higher leadership skill sets. It provides great opportunities
for networking, meeting peers that one normally would not get the opportunity to
meet, professional development, leadership training, and skill sets like organization.
Involvement in the campus or local community is something that makes every individual
a well-rounded and ideal candidate for a job upon graduation.
All the students are expected to take part in all the co-curricular activities of
the Institution like seminars, project works, Science andTechnology Forum, Engineering
and Educational tours.
The benefits with being involved are found personally, professionally, and socially.
Many find through their involvement, that they have grown as a leader and have more
confidence working in groups, leading a team, and have the freedom to explore new
or continued interests or hobbies. Being a member of Co-Curricular Activities also
allows for an arena of fun and an environment in which to relax after a long day