Take a Ride with CAB!
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is the student programming board that researches and develops a variety of social, educational, community service, and other extra-curricular programs, in order to provide a more entertaining, intellectually stimulating, and culturally enlightening experience for the diverse community of CSI students.
CAB is a led by a 12 member Finance Committee: One (1) member appointed by Student Government, One (1) member appointed by the CSI Association, and ten (10) students who shall serve as Chairperson, Deputy Chairperson, and as Coordinators of one of CAB’s eight committees (herein known as “CAB Coordinators”). Membership on CAB is open to all CSI students. To become a voting member of the Board a student must attend two full meetings. Voting members can run for coordinator positions, vote in elections, and approve committee plans and reports. All students are invited to participate in CAB meetings to help determine entertainment and programming for the CSI student body. Volunteers are always needed to help implement the over 100 events CAB plans annually. Please stop in the Office of Student Life Involvement Center, Campus Center (1C), room 212B to find out about upcoming meetings and events.
Students who get involved with CAB learn how to plan small and large scale events, negotiate contracts, manage a budget, team work, time management, meeting etiquette, parliamentary procedures, public speaking and marketing skills.
CAB meets every other week during Tuesday club hours (2:30pm – 4:25pm) throughout the academic year and occasionally during summer and winter breaks. CAB meetings are open to the public and student input is always welcome.
CAB plan over 100 events each year including the popular Take Me Away Tuesday’s program, the GDL Café and the weekly films series. Information about upcoming event scan be found on CSI CONNECT, via the app ORGSYNC available in the Apple Store or Google Play Store, via our Facebook group page: CSI Campus Activities Board or by checking out bulletin boards throughout campus. Most CAB events are FREE for CSI students. CAB is always looking for ideas and feedback on the events they plan. Students can share their thoughts by attending a meeting or by approaching a CAB member at any CAB event.