Get CulturED is a series aimed to provide education about various cultures. Each workshop highlights a different culture
- Students will discuss differences among people who are grouped together based on race, language, or geography.
- Students will have the opportunity to learn about the highlighted culture by participating in hands on activities.
A.L.A.N.A. (African American, Latinx, Asian and Native American)
To provide academic development initiatives and is geared towards students from underrepresented backgrounds and first-generation students to assist them with acclimation to the ECU campus.
ALANA is an umbrella initiative which encompasses:
- ALANA Scholar Recognition: Ceremony which happens during family weekend to honor those who have successfully completed the previous semester with a 3.0 GPA or higher
- ALANA Ascendance: Celebrates our graduating seniors for underrepresented backgrounds. Takes place once a year in the Spring Semester.
- ALANA Success Workshops: Which encompasses various workshops geared with helping students to succeed within the classroom while providing tools to assist with them making the most of their collegiate experience.
A.L.A.N.A. seeks to provide academic initiatives to assist with student success in the classroom while also providing co-curricular opportunities for students to feel a part of campus and develop the confidence and resiliency that will take them far and wide.
- Participants will gain skills that will assist in their academic development while on campus
- Learn how they can use their sphere of influence to impact society
- Deepen their understanding of their identity and how it impacts their leadership styles
- Discover ways to be a leader within the campus community
Artful Identity is an identity development series that aims to give students the opportunity to identify their personal values through various art mediums.
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of one or more important aspects of self.
- Students will demonstrate why it is important to act in congruence with one’s personal values and principles when making personal decisions.