To fulfill this requirement, you'll need to do three things:
- Attend a qualifying campus event
- Write a reflection about the event
- Submit your reflection to ScholarTrack
Qualifying campus events
The below events are events that all IU campuses offer. To find an event specific to your campus, choose your campus.
Orientation: nearly every campus has some component of orientation online through Canvas. Check the classes you're enrolled in to refresh your memory.
Bridge programs: they typically take place in the summer between high school and college, but can begin earlier and extend into the first year. They provide incoming students with academic and social experiences before the fall semester begins. Bridge programs typically last a week—or more—and you might even earn college credit during the program.
First Year Experience/Seminar: they last at least a semester and are designed to help ease your transition from high school to college.
Participating in a learning community: This could be a living-learning experience, usually centered on specific majors and residential life or an experience where you go through the same set of courses with the same group of students (a cohort).
Attending a campus involvement event which can include, but isn't limited to, these types of events or activities:
- Joining a Student Club
- Attending or participating in Student Government
- Joining a Service Organization
- Participating in a Day of Service
- Attending a play or other campus performance
- Attending a cultural event
- Attending a Fraternity & Sorority Life event
- Attending a performance of choir, band, dance, or theatre
- Joining an Improv Group
- Working on campus
- Participating in a Virtual Book Club
- Attending an Online Speaker Series hosted by your campus
- Joining an Honor's Society
Studying abroad: it can include both international and domestic study opportunities.