There's a ton of ways to get involved on this campus from a campus-wide Bible study, Women of Great, Men of Valor, to a traveling intramural club.
And I think coming in freshman year, there were just so many things, so many opportunities to always say yes to.
In the dorms, there's so many opportunities for fellowship, there's different dorm events. There are, you know, the normal, like community gatherings, there's regular Bible studies with each hall. And there's also a lot of fun, random, spontaneous activities and adventures.
A lot of students show up to the sporting events and support our student athletes, every single student on campus has a personal invitation to one or more small groups.
I would say that just showing up to things even if there are things that maybe you're not as interested in. You will find yourself just meeting people that you probably wouldn't necessarily organically meet. But if you show up to a - all campus Nerf war and you're hiding in a bush was somebody trying to shoot the enemy, um, you're going to form connections with them that you probably wouldn't normally. So I would just encourage incoming students to just go out and go to events and show up two things that maybe don't grab their attention right off the get go. But I think the thing I love about Corban is that we there are a lot of opportunities to engage and there are a lot of opportunities for connections.
I met my closest friends here. I am going to miss this place a lot. It's definitely changed my life.