Campus Activities Board (CAB) provides funding for events and activities that are campus-wide and collaborative.
Programming entities who request CAB funding, e.g., student organizations, University departments, University committees, must target the undergraduate student population and respect the University's mission.
For information on applying for Campus Activities Board support, please download the application which describes how different entities can apply for funding:
Campus Activities Board 2023-2024 Application
Submit all elements of your proposal to the attention of Jackie Lochrie, Associate Dean for Student Services, at [email protected].
All applications/proposals are due according to the schedule above and at least four weeks before the event date.
All meetings are at 2 pm: WebEx invites upon application submission.
Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a programming board that provides funding for collaborative campus-wide events.
Student Organizations and University programming entities (departments, University committees, etc.) are strongly encouraged to base the specific proposals on the following Campus Activities rubric:
Does not achieve expectations- 1
Absence of connections to the academic experience
Elements of Academic interaction are lacking in overall program proposal
Connections demonstrated between academic experiences and the post graduation world
Enhancement of the student academic experience; emphasis on academic excellence
Global Awareness and Cultural Appreciation
Lack of Diversity
Expansion of diversity education is not fully developed
Exhibits potential to expand cultural understanding. Offers challenging multicultural experiences
Provides influential opportunity to significantly enhance diversity awareness
Personal and Professional Development
Connections are not established to career experience
Proposal lacks specific connections between academic and career experiences
Articulates career potential and personal values
Demonstrates firm connection between fields of study and career experience.
Community development is not represented in the proposal
Minimal effect in student engagement, creative elements and/or logistics are not fully developed
Broad appeal to the campus community; possible enhancement of student engagement opportunities
Event is an established Campus tradition or event offers excellent potential to become a new campus tradition
Spiritual and Mission Development
Mission statement is not present
Unable to achieve the expectations of the university mission statement
Demonstrates the capability to strengthen and develop members of the university community through holistic programming
Clear commitment to Catholic values and the importance to service of others
The following are expectations associated with CAB funding:
CAB funding should not account for more than 25% of the total cost of the program or event, with a $5,000 maximum award.
An organization may not receive more than a total of $5,000 per semester.
The following are the exclusions associated with CAB funding:
The following is an outline of the steps that need to be taken in order to apply for funding from CAB:
For questions regarding the Campus Activities Board and proposals, please contact:
Dean of Students
Bent Hall, Garden Level[email protected]