Student Programs, Organizations, and Stories

There is always something happening in CDI! 

We have many programs and initiatives that encourage students to explore their identities, to ask difficult questions, to engage in social justice, and to get to know someone who is different from themselves.  There are also many student organizations that are affiliated in one way or another with the work of the various CDI offices.

The Multi-ethnic Student Council (MSC) and the CDI Programming Board meet regularly with CDI staff to ensure a strong student voice in the work of the CDI. Members of these groups attend the annual Student Leader Retreat to discuss ideas and strategies for the the upcoming year.

If you are interested in joining a student led living-learning community that provides a meaningful lifetime experience, then C3 (Cross Cultural Connections) is the place for you! C3 welcomes students from all backgrounds to come together in a safe environment to address the challenges and obstacles we face as a community.

If you want to connect and make friends with students from other parts of the world, then consider the Intercultural Partner Program (IPP).

If you are an international student, or a global nomad, or a first generation US student, then consider sharing your story and heritage with the Wooster community (on campus and beyond) through the Ambassadors Program.

Looking to investigate your life's passions? Worthy Questions assists students in integrating personal, professional, and spiritual values by providing tools, models, and a community for reflection. 

Interfaith Scholars is a small group of students who meet six times a semester to learn about each other's faith traditions and to improve their skills at interfaith dialogue.

Interested in an alternative Spring Break experience? Then check out the Service Trips offered through Campus Ministries. Past groups have served in Tijuana, Mexico and in West Virginia (USA).

I-Seminar showcases senior Independent Study projects that address CDI themes. Come to one (or more of the presentations, held each spring) and be sure to consider participating as a presenter in your senior year!