WHAT IS CAB?
CAB, or Campus Activities Board, hosts the majority of student-led events on and off campus. These events include TGIT, Groundhog, Mallapalooza, Battle of the Bands, Spring Formal, Music on the Mall, Quiz Bowl, and Oktoberfest! CAB aims to promote the general welfare of the University and the Student Body by sponsoring programs and offering services which enhance campus life.
Weekly: TGIT, Music on the Mall
Monthly: Cap House, Wine Down Wednesdays, Quiz Bowl
August: Welcome Back Picnic
November: Battle of the Bands
December: Winter Cotillion
April: Spring Formal, Mallapalooza
The CAmpus Activities Board
The CAB is a team of interns with positions in Traditions, Musical Entertainment, Yearbook, Clubs & Orgs, Rec Sports, Sound, and Marketing, as well as one SALC intern position.
The Campus Activities Board, or CAB, hosts the majority of student-led events on and off campus. These events include TGIT, Groundhog, Mallapalooza, Battle of the Bands, Spring Formal, Music on the Mall, Quiz Bowl, and Oktoberfest!
CAB helps fulfill the goal of promoting the general welfare of the university and the student body by sponsoring programs and services which enhance campus life.
If your club/org was active the previous semester please choose Continuing. If your club/org has been inactive for more than one year you will need to apply for a new charter and receive temporary status for a semester before reapplying for a full charter.
Word or PDF please. The organization's constitution contains the fundamental principles which govern its operation.
Word or PDF please. Bylaws establish the specific rules for group function.
Rooms and locations on campus must always be reserved prior to use or advertisement of use. Complete the online request form on Crusader Connect or email email@example.com to request any on campus venue.
This will appear on the main Clubs & Orgs web page. Include the email address you want used for any outside person or student who is requesting information about your organization.
This person is the primary contact for the organization. His or her name and email address will be used and published as the primary contact.