Cougar Excursion 2015 was held August 17-19th at Seabrook Island’s Camp St. Christopher
Cougar Excursion (CE) is an interactive program specifically designed to increase new, freshmen students’ campus knowledge and facilitate a sense of community that is the foundation of a successful first-year student at the College. Through this unique experience, natural leadership ability begins to transform into skills that are pivotal to mastering the freshman year and beyond.
Cougar Excursion 2016 will take place the week before Fall 2016 classes begin! Stay tuned in the coming months for more information about registration.
Camp St. Christopher: Where it all happens!
Camp St. Christopher is located on beautiful Seabrook Island, with the beach only a few feet away. For specific information please feel free to visit their website.
Perks of Participating:
- Move your belongings into your residence hall early!
- Form friendships and acquaintances before the semester starts.
- Know more about CofC when school starts than the average incoming student.
Activities at Cougar Excursion include:
- Mingling with first-year students, as well as upperclassmen.
- Learning about the legends and traditions of the College.
- Discovering ways to become involved in on-campus activities.
- Participating in leadership group initiatives and activities.
- Developing leadership skills and strategies that will ensure a positive and productive first-year experience.
“It allowed me to gain new perspectives."
“The discussions with facilitators were very helpful because they have experience.”
“I highly doubt any of us would have connected so well in only two days had we just been on campus.”
“I feel better having talked to students involved in groups I am highly interested in pursuing.”
“It really showed me what the CofC attitude is.”
“It was an invaluable experience to get a leg up.”
“It was super fun!”
“Great experience! Amazing! You will have a blast!”
"Leaders do what needs to be done, when it needs to be done, whether they want to do it or not, without being asked."