Beginning this semester, CAFE is collaborating with Student Affairs to encourage students to connect what they are learning in the classroom to their co-curricular experiences.  Some faculty already require as an assignment or offer as extra credit student participation in campus programs/events. Aligning co-curricular learning with classroom learning can be challenging when you are unsure about the intended event learning outcomes and how these might align with course SLOs. We hope to enhance and support these learning experiences by providing faculty with reflection assignments (including event learning outcomes) that you can tailor to your course. As you are designing your spring courses, please consider including these (one or two or all) programs in your course. Using the TILT (Transparency in Learning and Teaching) method, each reflection assignment will include a purpose and task. Faculty will add the evaluation criteria. 

Reflection assignments are available @ We are piloting this program with the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Campus Recreation specifically including the following programs.

Office of Multicultural Affairs

MLK Keynote Speaker-Ebone Bell

February 20, 2024 @ 6:30pm in Blackwell Ballroom

Ebone Bell will combine her two talks, How To Be A Good Ally and Level Up Leadership, to encompass what captures the theme of this year’s MLK Week; Leadership, Activism, & Building the Beloved Community.

Campus Recreation

The Welcome Back Well-Being Fair

Tuesday, January 23rd from 3-5pm in Pierson Hall

The Fair is an opportunity for students to better understand the factors that contribute to one’s overall well-being including physical, mental, emotional, financial, social, and community well-being. Representatives from a variety of campus support services including the University Health Center, Campus Recreation, and Counseling and Psychological Service will interact with students and discuss resources available.