- Engaging in extracurricular activities
- Student story: Extracurriculars that are leadership opportunities
- Student story: Extracurriculars that are nontraditional
- Student story: Extracurriculars that are self created
- Student story: Extracurriculars that are a passion
- Student story: Extracurriculars that carry over from high school to college
- I did basketball, varsity basketball, my sophomore, junior and senior year in high school, and that was really fun for me, because I was captain junior and senior year, and I got to work with a bunch of girls who were from different backgrounds that come together and be collaborative just to get, to reach one goal. And we were really good in high school. And so when I got to college, I didn't want to be on the actual team, which they called the varsity team, I wanted to be on the club team, so it's less of a time commitment, but still a time commitment. So the club team, we typically travel, we play tournaments at different schools. I've been to Georgia, Delaware, Virginia. We are not as good as, like, my high school team was, and so I'm still a captain on that team. So I'm dealing with different types of challenges, but it's still fun to work with a different group of girls that are trying to win.