Thank you for your interest in the College of Adaptive Arts. We offer exciting programs within the arts, health and wellness. We understand that you have an amazing ability and a passion to share your talents with the world. Our college provides a safe space for creativity and expression and we believe in our student’s competence and unique abilities. We are excited to have you in our in our college!
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In addition to attending classes, CAA students enjoy a very full social and recreational life. From monthly student-planned Networking Lounge Night events to community performances, our students are engaged and actively participating and contributing in the world.
During the fall and spring semesters, students will meet at a designated location to learn cheer squad techniques. This activity is open to both females and males. They will have the opportunity to order a full cheer uniform. They will be have numerous opportunities in the community throughout the year at which to perform.
Learn to play and enjoy the sport of golf. Practices will occur March – September each year. Twice a month students will practice on the driving range and play a 9-hole round of golf. Annually they will also help conduct their CAA Golf Marathon Tournament for the community to be able to enjoy the abilities of the CAAA golf team.
Once a month students come together as a student council to brainstorm ways they can be successful contributing citizens. They will schedule community performances, field trips, fundraisers, and will adopt a charity once a semester to support. They will also advise the CAA Mountain-Moving board with their leadership contributions as CAA continues to grow and develop in the community.