Cultural Experience Program (CEP)
Successful completion in Cultural Experiences is required for graduation at Anderson University.
The purpose of The Cultural Experience Program is to enrich student's academic experience by providing co-curricular opportunities for students to grow in the knowledge and appreciate of the arts, to grow in the knowledge of components of a healthy lifestyle, and to develop knowledge that supports personal, professional, and civic growth. Programs range from fine arts events (music, theater, and art), guest speakers on a variety of topics, academic enrichment workshops, presentations on healthy lifestyles, to community awareness and service events.
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Students who have received a minimum of 24 CEP credits have satisfied the CEP requirement for graduation.
We are excited to announce that we will begin scanning student ID cards at CEP events this semester. Please make sure you bring your ID card to every CEP event in order to receive credit. At the conclusion of CEP events, it is your responsibility to swipe your card at the appropriate exit.
For your reference, please review the diagrams that outline the scanning stations at the exits.
Students exiting events in Henderson will swipe cards at the single door exits (see diagram). The double doors will be for other patrons that are exiting Henderson and will not have card swiping stations.
Daniel Recital Hall:
Students should exit Daniel on the stage right door (see diagram) for the scanning station. The stage right door is the door closest to Henderson.
Students exiting Belk will find a scanning station in the lobby outside of Belk (see diagram). The station will be located across from the Belk theater door.
Vandiver Art Gallery:
Students that attend art gallery talks/receptions should find a scanning station located in the lobby outside Vandiver (see diagram).
Students exiting Merritt will find scanning stations at the two doors to Merritt Theater (see diagram).
Events hosted in classrooms, residence hall lobbies, or smaller rooms on campus:
Students will find a scanning station located near the main exit to the room.