There are many opportunities for students to get involved - GSU Student Activities Council, Community Service Council and the GSU Phoenix Newspaper - register today.

The GSU Student Activities Council is a group of dedicated students who work in conjunction with Student Life to create campus programs that are timely and meaningful to students. GSUSAC creates student events, promotes campus involvement, celebrates diversity as it represents the student voice in programming. Through this process, students receive valuable leadership skills that enrich their abilities as they enter the workplace.

 

All GSU students are welcome to participate in the Student Activities Council. If you are interested in creating your college experience and are committed to Putting the U in GSU, contact Konya Sledge, Assistant Director of Student Involvement and Campus Programming to become involved: 

Student Life Suites, A2100

Phone:  708.235.7609

Email:  ksledge@govst.edu

 

  • GSU Student Activities Council Roster 2019

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    Council Members

    Latefah Poole, President
    Kristiana Russell, Vice President
    Angel Jackson, Secretary
    Lardell Clark, Evening/Weekend Committee Chair
    Jaylyn Ramsey, Events Committee Chair
    Qur'annah Jones, Lecture Series Committee Chair
    Vacant, Spirit/Campus Traditions Committee Chair

     

  • Have Fun Planning Student Events-Join S.A.C.

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    Student Activities Council Meetings

    Every other Wednesday beginning 9/5/18

    Lakeside Lounge

    3:00-4:00 p.m.

  • GSU Phoenix Newspaper

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    The PhoenixRandall Weissman- Faculty Advisor to The Phoenix newspaper

  • GSU Spring Fest Events 2019

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     Spring Fest 2019

    Monday, April 22nd

    S.A.C. Glow-Up Table, Hall of Governors 11:30am-1pm

    Meet Student Activities Council leaders and purchase pre-sale Glow-fest Party tickets for only $10. First 100 students receive a free glow in the dark item. Tickets $20 at the door.   

    Spring Fest Carnival Hall of Governors 12-3pm

    Enjoy carnival activities, a food-eating contest, carnival foods and more. Sponsored by Student Activities Council and Student Senate. 

    Psi Chi Scavenger Hunt Campus Wide

    Answer psychology related questions hidden across campus to win prizes. Sponsored by Psi Chi Honor Society. 

    Tuesday, April 23rd

    S.A.C. Glow-Up Table, Hall of Governors 11:30am-1pm

    Meet Student Activities Council leaders and purchase pre-sale Glow-fest Party tickets for only $10. First 100 students receive a free glow in the dark item. Tickets $20 at the door. 

    Culture Fest Engbretson/Hall of Governors 3-5pm

    Enjoy our annual Multicultural Fashion Show followed by a grand display of hands on activities across multiple cultures such as origami, fortune telling, while sampling authentic food.. Sponsored by the Office of International Services, International Culture Organization and Student Activities Council. 

    Wednesday April 24th

    S.A.C. Glow-Up Table, Hall of Governors 11:30am-1pm

    Meet Student Activities Council leaders and purchase pre-sale Glow-fest Party tickets for only $10. First 100 students receive a free glow in the dark item. Tickets $20 at the door. 

    Meet Exotic Animals!

    Meet and greet up to 10 exotic animals on campus. This hand-on experience exposes you to recused animals from the wilder side of the animal kingdom. Sponsored by Student Life

    Thursday, April 25th 

    S.A.C. Glow-Up Table, Hall of Governors 11:30am-1pm

    Meet Student Activities Council leaders and purchase pre-sale Glow-fest Party tickets for only $10. First 100 students receive a free glow in the dark item. Tickets $20 at the door. 

    ALAS Tamale Fundraiser D-Wing Atrium 10am-4pm

    Support the Association of Latin American Students fundraising efforts. While Supplies Last.

    Men's Response 2 Sexual Assault: It's Not Just a Woman's Issue E-Lounge 4pm-6pm    

    Learn about the strategies that men can use to be more aware, protective, and supportive of sexual assault survivors. Open to all male identified individuals.

    Friday, April 26

    S.A.C. Glow-Up Table, Hall of Governors 11:30am-1pm

    Meet Student Activities Council leaders and purchase pre-sale Glow-fest Party tickets for only $10. First 100 students receive a free glow in the dark item. Tickets $20 at the door. 

    7th Annual Leadership Awards Banquet Hall of Governors 6pm-8pm

    Annual celebration for student organization leaders and advisers. RSVP required via Jaguar Connection. 

    Fatal Explosion

    "Meet me on the Block" showcases Chicago dance styles by Fatal dance Academy. Free Admission

    Saturday, April 27

    Glow Fest Party, Holiday Inn Matteson 8pm-Midnight 

    Glow in the dark party featuring live performances by Chicago artists, El Hitta, Wayv Dej, and Lil Moody. 

    Tickets $20 at the door.

    Sunday, April 28

    5K Walkathon (PTSA) 9am F-Wing

    Grab your gym shows and join the annual "Run, Walk, or Roll for Rehab" hosted by the Physical Therapy Student Association. Proceeds benefit the Illinois Brain Injury Association. Participants recieve a complimentary t-shirt with registration fee. Contact mjones1@govst.edu for inquires. 

    Tuesday, April 30

    Spring Career/Internship Fair Hall of Governors & CPA Lobby 2pm-5pm

    Are you looking for a job? In need of an internship? Stop by the Career fair to speak with potential employers. Bring plenty of resumes and dress in your best professional attire. Sponsored by Career Services.