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Student Activities Board

Welcome to the Student Activities Board

First Meeting will be held on Friday, September 7, 2012 at Noon, room 109M

What is the Student Activities Board (SAB)?

This board is a collection of student activities programmers who invest their talents and time to making things happen on campus. Activities have included open mics, speakers, crafts, poets, fundraise, discussion panels, and more fun things college students want to participate in.

How is this funded?

The SAB works along with the Student Senate and receives a budget. This budget is part of the student activities fees that YOU the student and all other students have contributed to.

Why should I care about SAB?

Ultimately this is YOUR opportunity to have a say in how your money is spent here at the college!

What does it mean to be a Student Activities Programmer?

It means that you are building up your skill set for your resume by dedicating your time and talents to a positive community programming board. As a programmer, you help develop, plan, organize, and carry out the great ideas you have to make our campus a great place to be beyond the classroom!

Are there regular meetings?

Yes, at least every other week starting Monday, September 10th at 3:00 in room 109M.

What if I can’t make all the meetings?

No problem! You can still remain a part of SAB and help in many other ways.

Where do I start?

Come to a meeting and become a member of SAB!

Are there officer positions so I may use my leadership skills?

Yes! We will have a President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.

SAB Membership Form

Fall 2012

The purpose of this form is to officially state your intent to join and participate with the Student Activities Board. This is not a binding contract where you absolutely have to stay with the Board till the end of the academic year. It is ideal that you decide to join and stay with the group till the end but it is understood that many things contribute to your overall college success and academics are priority. Simply put, this form identifies you are a contributing member of SAB.

Please complete the following:



Contact information (forms that you actually use often):

Phone number (home or cell):

Second phone number if applicable:

Email address:


Intended graduation date:

Special Talents/Skills you bring to SAB (organizational, promotions, creativity, assisting others, leadership, math, financial, humor, writing, etc):

Signature: Date:

Please return the completed form to Mary Lou Rabideau-Bruno,

Student Leadership Advisor in room 140M