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Get Involved With the Campus Programming Board

The Campus Programming Board plans fun and free events for MC students!

Campus Programming Board: A Unique Way to Serve MC

The Campus Programming Board, often called just The Board, plans fun and free events for the campus community. If you enjoyed Haunted Trails, Glow Crazy, the Jordy Searcy concert, the pumpkin patch or one of our other events this fall- then you understand why The Board is so awesome to have on campus!

As we prepare for the 2024-2025 school year, The Board the Board will be taking applications for directors and new members in the spring of 2024.

Campus Programming Board Student Directors

The application for Student Directors of the Campus Programming Board will be open from February 1-February 7. The Student Directors of the Campus Programming Board:

  • Work weekly in the Office of Student Engagement planning events, traditions and programming for the student body.
  • Collaborate with the Office of Student Engagement staff on programming calendar in relation to meeting the needs of the MC student body.
  • Hold meetings with the Campus Programming Board and traditions committees in advance of events.
  • Plan events for the campus, including budgeting, contacting vendors, laying out timelines, schedules, etc.

The application for Student Directors for 2024-2025 has closed. 

Campus Programming Board Members

The Campus Programming Board application is open and will close on Friday, March 29, 2024 at 12 noon. The application is open to all MC undergraduate students. The commitment for the Campus Programming Board is for the entirety of the 2024-2025 academic year (both fall and spring semesters).

What are the expectations of Campus Programming Board Members?

  • Show up for Campus Programming Board meetings, as well as contribute and participate in meetings.

  • Attend events, actively participating in set-up, execution and tear down of events. 
  • Respond and engage in conversations in Board GroupMe message when necessary.
  • Help with promotion of of Board events on campus.
  • Have a positive attitude!
  • Attend the Campus Programming Board Retreat following spring exams, May 1-2, 2024.

Apply for the Campus Programming Board for 2024-2025


Why have you enjoyed being a part of The Board?

"The Board has allowed me to serve MC's campus as a whole and different groups of people I normally wouldn't get to serve. Being on The Board has given me so much experience on how to work with people on the team. I've made so many friendships within our team that I wouldn't have made if it weren't for The Board."

AC Young