AUP Engage is a platform for AUP Students that centralizes lots of important and useful information and tools for students including:
All AUP students, faculty, and staff have access to AUP Engage.
View campus events on AUP Engage and via your smartphone by downloading the app CORQ
AUP Engage is the one-stop-shop to find a current list of all clubs, activities and events that are on campus! By using AUP Engage, you can better manage and organize your club affiliations and activities. In addition to this, you will also be able to view and manage your progression through the AUP Global Professional Skills (GPS) Program.
You can login to AUP Engage by using your AUP credentials: the same ID and password you use for all your other AUP accounts, including your email, the student portal or faculty portal, Office 365, etc.
The platform is supported on mobile devices through an easy-to-use application called Corq (a platform provided by Campus Labs, the company that hosts AUP Engage), available on both and . In addition to the tools already available via the online platform, the application provides access to event passes. The pass system uses personal QR codes that, if scanned, track student attendance at events – a very useful feature when such attendance satisfies a GPS Program requirement, for example.
Go to the “Organizations” tab and select the “Register an Organization” button on the left side of the page. If you are re-registering a club, select it from the list. Otherwise scroll to the bottom of the page and select “Register a new organization”.
Visit the and click on the “My Budget Requests” box. On this page select the ‘Create Request’ tab. If you are making a request on behalf of a Club/Organization, select the ‘For Organizations’ tab, if you are not an Organization/Club click on the ‘For Individuals’ tab, then select the correct budget. After, fill out the form. For a detailed walkthrough on making a budget request, please visit this .
Once in management mode, select your club and open the left-hand navigation bar. On it there is a tab called “Gallery”, which will take you to a page where you can create an album to add photos to or add them to an existing album.
Start by checking out . Events must be posted through an organization of which you are member. Select the organization. Click “manage organization” (top right of the page). Click on the menu (three parallel horizontal lines, top left). Select “Events”. Click “Create Event” (top right, blue button). Fill-in all the information and submit! Be sure that you reserve a room on campus before you publish your event to AUP Engage.
When you’re logged in, on the bottom right side of the page there is a section labeled “Paths” where you can click on “Global Professional Skills Program” and view your progress.
Click on your user menu button (top right of the page) and select “Co-Curricular Record”. Once there, you can customize the arrangement and content of your CCR based upon how and where you plan to use it. You can re-arrange the order of items, hide or show individual items, add self-reflections for certain items, etc. At any time, you can click “Print view/PDF” (top right of the page) to access a PDF version of your CCR to print or save.
When you are on the GPS path page, you can view the detailed activity requirements for each of the four core-capabilities plus the GPS capstone activities. To understand how to complete an activity, you can click on it and a new page opens. There are three possible ways to complete an activity:
The activity requires that you attend an event. When you click on the activity, the page that opens will display upcoming events that will satisfy the requirement. You can filter by the week, by the month, or view past activities.
The activity requires that you are the member of a certain organization in AUP Engage. When you click on the activity, the page that opens will display the organization(s) that you would need to be a member of.
The activity requires that you do something else. It could be a simple self-reflection activity. You could be required to complete an activity and provide proof of completion. You will possibly be asked to the name of a contact person (from AUP or outside AUP) who could validate your completion of, or participation in, the activity. When you click on the activity, the page that opens will include some instructions at the top, such as “Click on "Report Experience" and select "Lynda.com Certification". You will be required to submit a PDF of your completion certificate, which can be downloaded from you profile on Lynda.com.” You will also find contact information for a person at AUP who can answer your questions about the activity.
Click on the user menu button in the upper right-hand corner of your screen. From the user menu side bar, select ‘Service Hours’ and you will be redirected to the ‘My Service Hours’ page. From there, in the right-hand side of the screen, click ‘Add Service Hours’. Then you will be able to enter information concerning your service hours.
Go to the ‘Events’ tab in the menu bar. Here, you will be able to view events that are taking place on campus and filter according to your interests. Upon finding an event you would like to RSVP to, click on the event. You will be redirected to the event description page and under ‘RSVP to Event’ you can either select ‘I will be attending’ or ‘I won't be attending’.
Click on the event you wish to add to your calendar. Near the top of the page, under “Date and Time” you can click “Add to Google Calendar” or “Add to iCal/Outlook”.
Learn how to make the most of AUP Engage with these short tutorials.