At WVU, what a student learns outside of the classroom is just as important as what they learn during class. Project 168 is a way to formally recognize this and provide a credential for extracurricular effort. Project 168 is a self-paced, co-curricular experience that will offer a minimum of 50 opportunities to engage in ten competency areas.Explore the Program
When the requirements for each competency area have been met, students receive a co-curricular transcript printed on official WVU transcript paper and are invited to join the 168 Society, a new honor society. These accomplishments can be used for graduate or professional school applications and impress potential employers.
I got involved with Project 168 because I saw it as an opportunity to learn more about everything our University has to offer, while allowing me to immerse myself in the Morgantown community.