The Campus Activities Board also known as CAB is a volunteer student organization that plans and coordinates many student activities on campus. We strive to be a unified board that promotes a healthy, productive atmosphere. For the students, whom we serve, we hope to be approachable, understanding, flexible, dedicated, friendly, informed, diverse in views, respectful and to provide a variety of activities for them to participate in during the school year.

How does CAB function?
CAB consists of a maximum of 29 board members that are led by the Chair and the Assistant Chair. CAB meets once a week where upcoming events are discussed and/or planned out. The Campus Activities Board is comprised completely of students who decide what programs are put together and are the primary staff for putting on those events.

What is the difference between Campus Activities Board and Campus Life?

Campus Activities is a campus department that offers activities, facilities and services to enhance the quality of campus life for all member of the college community. CAB is a student organization that works closely with Campus Life.

How is CAB funded?

Most of the Campus Activities Board budget comes from a percent of the student activity fee as well as a portion coming from the concessions income.

How do I become a CAB member or learn more about volunteering for events?

Call, email, or just stop by the CAB office located on the Ground floor of the Alumni Building for more information. New members are selected during the fall semester of every year and occasionally in the spring depending on vacancies. The best way to get involved is to come out to our events; we tend to have a new event every 1-2 weeks.