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Student Life: Campus Union Board

About CUB

Campus Union Board (CUB) is the programming branch of the SGA. CUB is responsible for bringing musicians, spoken word artists, novelties, comedians and other artists to campus. CUB positions provide training in leadership, event planning, teamwork and collaboration. CUB positions are appointed in the Spring for the next academic year, however CUB is always looking for volunteers.

Our volunteers are at the heart of our programming. They work hard to make sure you have fun! From big time music acts like Gym Class Heroes and Maroon Five to comedians, speakers and novelty items, we ensure to create great college memories.Plus, you can go from being a volunteer to getting involved as a member of CUB. We are always looking for committee chairs and members to support all programming.

CUB meetings are open to all students and are held Wednesdays at 6:30pm in University Hall 105

CUB Event Calendar

Check back later for our event calendar coming soon!


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