Distinguish Yourself with Student Engagement programs!

Student Engagement coordinates programs for undergraduate students that connect academics and community experiences. Our high-impact programs include:

Health Professions Advising Center 

Undergraduate Research

Community-Engagement and Service-Learning

R'Courses

Capital Academic Internship Program

Prestigious Scholarships & Awards

 

 

 

 

High-Impact Educational Practices can have a transformative change in personal development, educational growth, and increased marketability. High-Impact Practices (HIPs) offered through the Office of Student Engagement include:  

  • Apply classroom knowledge to an Internship or Research opportunity
  • Experience Collaborative Research Projects
  • Experience in Field-Based Research or Projects within a diverse community
  • Service-Learning Project with Community Organization
  • Participation in off-campus Research, Academic Internship, or Study Abroad Opportunities
SE Ambassadors 19-20

Students involved in High-Impact Educational Practices**:

  • Make better connections with faculty
  • Have higher GPAs
  • Are more likely to graduate on time
  • Are happier with their education
  • Are better prepared for the workforce or grad school

**Benefits have been found to be greater for First-Generation and under-served students.

Student Engagement Areas
Upcoming Student Engagement Events

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Student Engagement Impacts
94
Internships sites served through UCDC and UCCS annually
12,820
volunteer hours to the community
240
Undergraduate research symposium presentations
5,565
Health Professions workshop attendees each year
28
Student-taught courses each year
85
National and Prestigious Award recipients over the last 5 years

 

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