There’s something for every aspect of who you are at Bethune-Cookman University. LIfe on campus has a neighborhood feel -- with opportunities to have fun, grow, connect with support services and more. There are more than 80 student organizations, including a very active Greek life as well as ongoing programs in residence halls and around campus. And the world famous Daytona Beach is just a couple of miles away.

So what is there to do? Give a performance at Wildcat Center Stage, join the famous Marching Wildcats or their 14k Gold Dancers, or just sit back and take it in. Show up to hear alumni stories to help you figure out your career path, or join the mock investment club and prepare yourself to build your wealth. Or dial it down with some spiritual renewal.

We call it The Wildcat 360° Student Experience and it has five key elements:

Wildcat Excel: Launching a career

There’s a specific set of skills employers look for – and that will help you succeed, no matter what kind of career you go into. Wildcat Excel offers workshops to develop those skills and brings you speakers from the work world to share their stories on the game-changing moments that make or break careers.
Wildcat Resilient: Being healthy

Physical, spiritual and psychological well-being form the foundation for just about everything in life. And emotional intelligence—how you relate to others—is a key to success at work and in personal relationships. The B-CU team connects you with resources to help you be at your best in all these areas.
Wildcat Wealth: Making money

Hear from people who’ve made it, and from those who’ve made mistakes, in the pursuit of wealth—so you can learn what to do and what not to do. Or sign up for the mock investment club and try your hand at the stock market.
Wildcat Wildside: Having fun

Intercollegiate athletics. On-campus concerts, performances and movies. LiveWire and Culture Sound, where student talent performs. A famous marching band. B-CU knows how to have fun. 
Woke Wildcat: Changing the world

At B-CU, we live by the motto, “Enter to learn. Depart to serve.” You’ll have opportunities ranging from after-school tutoring to pitching in for neighborhood clean-up to consulting with local nonprofits.