About Us

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) promotes friendship and interaction among students, faculty and staff, through events such as dances, concerts, entertainers, parties and recreational activities. Members are rewarded for their hard work with the opportunity to participate in a number of retreats, conventions and leadership activities. CAB membership is open to all students who want to be in the middle of the action.

How can I join the Campus Activities Board?

We hold weekly meetings on Tuesdays at 9:15 PM, outside Troy Theatre.  Our meetings are informal, more of a social atmosphere where we discuss the activities we are currently preparing and planning.  In addition our meetings are used to gather the input from students and make decisions based on what activities interest them.

Who/what are Executive Members?

The Executive Board are composed of members from the Campus Activities Board general membership, that have expressed, nominated, and elected into the Executive Membership.  The Executive Members are the individuals who work in the office and do all the fine planning, such as contacting artist, working with the budget, taking the suggestion from the general board, etc.

Check out the Officers to get info about who this academic year Executive Member are.

I have an idea, but can't make it to the meeting...who do I contact?

The Campus Activities Board is always looking for fresh and new ideas to plan and execute.  After all our goal is to program events around what the students want!  Therefore if you have an idea but cannot make it our meetings, you can either find an officer, tweet us @WJUCAB, follow and message our page on Facebook (facebook.com/WJUCampusActivitiesBoard), or simply shoot us an email at cab@wju.edu.

Does the events that Campus Activities Board cost money to participate?

Generally, no!  Most of the activities we have planed work with the Student Activity Fee that students pay each semester.  Portion of that Activity Fee goes towards Student Government and Campus Activities funding.  However there are times when we plan events that push beyond our budget allocation, in which students have to sign up and pay a small monetary fee which helps cover costs.  Such example is our Red-Eye trips to various cities, like New York and Chicago.  Normally a fee around $20 is required for a ticket which helps us offset some major costs, such as the charter bus.

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