The Center for Student Involvement
The Center for Student Involvement plans weekly programs and events for all students at USF. Through a variety of activities, programs, events, workshops, and services there is truly something for everyone.
Campus Activities Board (CAB), Campus Traditions Board (CTB), and University Lecture Series (ULS) are the three student boards in the Center for Student Involvement that plan all our programs and events. CAB plans frequent events such as Bulls Nite Out, Movies on the Lawn, and Patio Tuesday. CAB is also manages the Centre Gallery, a student-run art gallery with awesome displays from members of the USF community. CTB plans Homecoming Week in the fall and USF Week in the spring. ULS brings educational and informational lectures to campus monthly. Visit their portals for more information about upcoming events and how to get involved!
The University of South Florida Center for Student Involvement (CSI) cultivates an environment in which students are engaged in transformational experiences that lead to lifelong learning, personal growth, and connection to the University. CSI contributes to student success through quality involvement opportunities, education, and advising which foster USF pride, global leaders and holistic student development. CSI consists of the following areas: overall Student Involvement initiatives and promotion, Campus Traditions Board (Homecoming and USF Week), Campus Activities Board, Fraternity/ Sorority Life, University Lecture Series, and the Centre Gallery. In just one semester, CSI Programs can average over 25,000 attendees at over 100 events. CSI is staffed by approximately 30 student leaders across three programming boards, the Centre Gallery, and front desk staff assistant team as well as over 30 student volunteers. Additionally, there are 6 graduate assistants, 1 administrative specialist, 4 coordinators, 1 assistant director, 1 associate director, and 1 director that rounds out the full, award-winning team.