3. Socializing on Campus
This is a significant part of campus engagement and student development. Students connect with people who have similar passions and interests. For many students the people they get to know through these extra-curricular activities, sports, and social occasions evolve into life long connections leading to new activities, communities, potential employment, and friendships,
Frequently these activities will happen in the afternoon, evening, or weekends. Many families struggle with finding the balance of supporting their family member to participate in these activities and how this affects the schedules of others in the family or household.
It is extremely important for families to have a willingness to explore how to make it possible to say yes to supporting engagement with these activities, and to work with the inclusion facilitators to make it possible.
Some clubs and activities students have been involved with: