The First Year Co-Curricular Experience is a series of opportunities meant to build connections between new students and help students successfully transition into the Macaulay community. As students explore their new Macaulay identity, throughout these activities they will begin to express their own goals, values and interests, and be prepared for success in their lives after college.
Each student will have a Macaulay First Year Peer Mentor, that will lead their Macaulay Crew through orientation, as well as act as their community guide throughout their entire first year.
As students participate in co-curricular events, they increase self-efficacy, make friends, develop an enhanced understanding of others, become oriented to campus, advance critical thinking, improve their resilience and well-being and develop marketable skills to help after college*.
Take a look at these events and opportunities to build your First-Year Co-Curricular Experience:
Get to know your new classmates and upperclassman. Co-hosted by the Macaulay Scholars Council.
Co-hosted by Macaulay Diversity Initiative. A special welcome reception for our diverse student population and opportunity to hear from current students and alumni.
A full-list for events curated by the Macaulay Peer Mentors TBD