What is CAB?
The membership of the campus programming board is open to the entire Mount Aloysius Community interested in helping to coordinate events for the campus and instill a sense of tradition at Mount Aloysius College. The following are the committees one may choose to serve on or chair
When does CAB meet?
Every other Thursday
I'm a commuter and can't make a nighttime meeting, what if I want to participate?
CAB holds Commuter CAB meetings every ___ so you can bring your lunch and join us in Cosgrave 118
Who are the current CAB officers?
President/Chair - Katie McMillen
Marketing Director - Courtney Fowler
Treasurer - Ashley Heuston
Secretary - Jessica Seasoltz Comedy Chair - Aries Finch Dance Chair - Nicole Altmanshofer Trips & Travel - Destiny Diehl MAC's Got Talent - Tina Maiese & Melinda Myers Welcome Week - Bethany Cocola
Do I have to run for any office to be on this board?
Not to be in the organization, only to be the President, actually called ‘Programming Chair" who is concurrently the VP of SGA. Committees do have a chair, but for this first year there will not be elections for those as we are in a growing phase.
Do I have to be a member of SGA to be on this board?
How much of my time will this take?
In total most of you would contribute 1 hour per week with an occasional event that adds an hour per month. The Programming Chair would contribute more because of his/her role as VP of SGA and need to coordinate CAB meetings with the Director of SA.
Why would I want to be involved in this?
It's a great resume builder. You'll have a ton of fun. You get to see what it's like to be in the shoes of a Director of Student Activities. You'll learn how to manage a budget, read and sign off on a contract, be a leader and plan an event from the ground up. You will have a say in what trips, artists, events, movies etc. come to campus.
What are the committees I can join or chair?
Noontime Committee - responsible for providing activities that happen during the hours of 11am-2pm each month, in an open/heavily trafficked area and appeal to both our commuter and residential students;
Public Relations Committee - responsible for spreading the word about events happening on campus via multiple venues and researching new and diverse ways to attract students to activities;
Mountie Madness Committee - responsible for creating opportunities and events that promote school spirit;
Winter Carnival Committee - responsible for coordinating an annual weekend of activities each January/February to celebrate winter in Cresson;
Spring Fest Committee - responsible for coordinating an annual weekend of activities each April to celebrate the arrival of warm weather and the culminating of another school year;
Family Weekend/Homecoming Committee - responsible for coordinating an annual weekend of activities each fall, in coordination with the Office of Institutional Advancement, to welcome families and alumni to campus;
Cresson Heritage Days Committee - responsible for coordinating clubs, organizations and classes to sponsor children's activities at this annual festival in partnership with the Cresson community;
Friday Night Live Committee - responsible for planning this Friday night series, including choosing musical artists, films, games and crafts;
Trips & Travel Committee - responsible for coordinating two trips per semester to various off-campus destinations including major cities and sporting events;
Student Recognition Banquet Committee - this committee shall be chaired by the Programming Board Chair and shall plan and execute the annual banquet that celebrates student leadership achievements and welcomes our new officers to SGA.