from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Complementing but not part of the regular curriculum: The civics class sponsored a voter registration drive as a cocurricular activity.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Accompanying an educational curriculum.
They arrange their classroom and cocurricular schedules perfectly - well, almost perfectly.
The academic ring is an honor bestowed upon senior students at Chesterton High School who have met a rigid set of academic and cocurricular criteria.
Certificate candidates will need to complete four studio courses, one course in dance history and criticism, two performances in faculty and guest choreographer works, two semesters of cocurricular ballet class and technical work in assisting with program productions.
"The goal of our program is to challenge students in curricular and cocurricular contexts to further their performance, choreography and critical understanding of dance," Lazier said.
In addition to cocurricular service clubs, the University could initiate new courses that cater to students looking to link their academic subjects-from economics to philosophy-to specific public-service sectors.
'60s-volunteering was the most popular cocurricular activity campus, and Alfred Lerner Hall was still the Ferris Booth Citizenship Center, which functioned similarly to the student branch of the umbrella organization Community Impact today.
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