South Africa Co-Curricular Learning Certificate
The Co-Curricular Learning Certificate is a record of the student’s non-academic co-curricular and extra-curricular learning experiences. The CLC is a self-directed opportunity organized under a series of themes explained at orientation. Students spend a prescribed amount of hours engaged in activities that contribute to the completion of a reflective piece. The work is assessed by The College of Global Studies and the certificate is awarded to students meeting the criteria.
Students learn to be committed to a multi-cultural community organization, demonstrate a heightened level of intercultural communication and develop an enhanced knowledge of South African culture and the routines of daily life, leading to a greater sense of integration in the local community. Students lend voluntary support to a group or local organization involved in providing services to a variety of populations in South Africa.
Campus and Community
Join a campus club or group; organize a group that does not exist on your host institution campus; attend a speakers' series on campus or in Cape Town that focuses on current issues.
Attend theater productions in Cape Town or on your campus; join an African dance group or drum circle, or perform in a play; attend a series of fine arts exhibitions or exhibitions related to South Africa.