Successful learning involves more than quality programs and formal instruction. UFV is a tight-knit, supportive community, offering you countless opportunities to learn leadership and life skills, both formally as part of student programming and informally through your involvement in the local community.
At UFV, you can earn a Co-Curricular Record (CCR), an official document that records your leadership and volunteer roles on campus. You can gain valuable experience and build your CCR by working on a UFV committee or board, joining one of UFV's 50+ clubs and associations, become a student leader, peer mentor, or volunteer. And you can use your CCR to strengthen your résumé and help advance your professional or academic career.
I knew playing basketball and going to university would be a lot of work. My UFV professors were very supportive when managing school and basketball got tough during the busiest times of year. They knew me and worked with me so I could balance it all.