The annual Before I Die Wall event hosted by the Business Honors Program is officially going virtual this year. The wall reflects hundreds of students from the College of Business and Economics with their dreams and aspirations for the future. Students write goals on the wall for school, career goals or personal endeavors for all their peers to see, bringing the Titan community closer together one goal at a time.
The event first started in 2013 and usually takes place in the SGMH Courtyard, but with virtual instruction, the program will to utilize Padlet to recreate the event with a similar format and sentence starter, “Before I die… ,” on the virtual platform for students to finish the statement.
“The Before I Die wall is a way for students to openly express their thoughts with one another by writing down something meaningful to them,” says the Business Honors program’s Vice President of Engagement Brittney Delgado ’22 (finance). “Although we can’t physically have it in person, it is so necessary to recreate the event virtually because so many students benefit by seeing one another’s thoughts and visions.”
The event will run from Nov. 9 through Nov. 13 on Padlet with a QR code to the wall. A few days before the event, the Career Center will be sending out a link to participate.
About the Business Honors Program
The Business Honors Program is a cohort-based program for core business courses with a structured roadmap for high-achieving students. Honors students also participate in community service, leadership positions, internships, recruiting, and study-abroad opportunities provided by the program. More information is available online