The College Programming Office (CPO) works to create a sense of class community and institutional affinity through the implementation of a four-year, co-curricular programming model that emphasizes skill development and preparation for future endeavors. From Orientation for new students through Senior Week, the CPO supports students through their undergraduate career by making available timely programs and initiatives specific to each class. Along with intentional programming and communications for parents and families, such as Family Orientation and Family Weekend, the CPO also provides significant markers and memories that reinforce the role of life-long stewardship and active participation within the College.
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T-Shirt Contest Winner
Congratulations to Helen Chen who was selected as the winner of this year's t-shirt contest contest. Helen's design garnered the most votes and is available for sale at the University of Chicago Bookstore and online.
Register for Steps to Success: Leveraging Your Strengths
This program on Thursday, November 17th, the second in the multi-part "Steps to Success" first-year series, is designed to help first-year students think about how to build upon their strengths and leverage them to maximize their success as student leaders. First-year students will join their fellow classmates and upper-class mentors and explore the ways that they can apply these talents in many areas, including academic studies, potential leadership roles, within organizations or team projects, and in identifying career goals.